On 2 July 2012 17:50, John Clark <johnkcl...@gmail.com> wrote:
*And one nanosecond after the copying when one receives sensory impulses
that originated in Moscow and the other receives sensory impulses that
originated in Washington neither would be in precisely the first-person
position they were in before.*
What does that have to do with anything? Is it credible that after all
this verbiage you have failed to grasp the difference between the
first-person position of each copy and a third-person description of both
copies together? Congratulations, John - you really have succeeded in
elevating the straw man argument to a level hitherto unsuspected.
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