2012/3/8 John Clark <johnkcl...@gmail.com>

> On Wed, Mar 7, 2012 at 1:11 PM, David Nyman <da...@davidnyman.com> wrote:
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> > "The 1-view from its own perspective" can NEVER be plural.
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> Why?
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>   > After duplication there are two people,
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> One person.
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>> > each of whom must possess a singular perspective.
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> Yes, both brains have a single identical perspective.
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>> > Both of these persons would recall being unsure in Helsinki where he
>> would end up
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> Yes, both would recall identical things.
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> > Do you dissent from this?.
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> Only the part about "there are two people", there are two bodies but only
> one conscious person
>

??

>From their own POV, they're not one person, each has a singular experience,
even if identical, they do not feel both bodies.



> in that symmetrical room because if you swap their positions subjectively
> there is no difference and objectively there is no difference so it's not
> much of a jump to conclude there is no difference between them.
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>  John K Clark
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