On 3/14/2012 10:58 AM, Bruno Marchal wrote:
I never localize consciousness. Only persons. And yes, it is pretty obvious that person
can locate themselves in a local relative way, like saying that yesterday I was in
Tokyo, today in I am in Helsinki and tomorrow I will be in Moscow, if I decide to buy
the tickets for the planes.
I don't think that's obvious. You can locate where your perceptions come from, but if one
eye received input from Moscow and the other from Washington while your auditory nerves
were wired to microphones in Helsinki and your brain was in Brussels; where would you be?
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