On 3/15/2012 10:57 PM, John Clark wrote:
> if you deny the 1-indeterminacy,
I see no difference from this "1-indeterminacy" thing of yours and plain old fashioned
indeterminacy, either way you can't always know what you will see until you see it and
you can't always know what you will do until you do it, this "1-indeterminacy" brings
nothing new to the table.
And given that you will be duplicated you don't know who you are talking about when you
say "I will see Moscow and I will see Washington". This formulation relies on the usual
situation in which 'I' refers to a body that has continuity in spacetime and corollary
memories; but this situation doesn't hold, ex hypothesi. So the new indeterminacy is that
there are two bodies that have equally valid claims to be John Clark. The referent of
"John Clark" is uncertain.
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