On 7/21/2012 5:12 AM, Bruno Marchal wrote:
OK. And it is here that "conventional physics" has a problem, for to relate observations
with perceptions they rely on the physical supervenience thesis, which does no more work
when comp is assumed.
It is only a problem in that the explanation is incomplete. Physics takes the perception
as given and doesn't (yet) try to explain how this perception is realized by the physics
of a brain - or even whether it can be. It just takes the perceptions as data.
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