On Friday, September 21, 2012 11:48:34 AM UTC-4, rclough wrote:
> Hi Stephen P. King and all
> The problems imagined by materialists in invoking dualism
> are just that - imaginary-- as long as mind is unextended
> and brain is extended. And the so-called "hard problem" of consciousness
> and the cartesian problem of interfacing or superimposing
> mind and brain simply vanish. They're apples and oranges.
> They exist in different universes, which can superimpose,
> the extended or physical "floating" in a sea of inextended
> or nonphysical mind, or to use a better word, life.
But if I drink coffee (from the apples universe of extended stuff) then I
get amped (in the oranges universe if unextended mind). Why does that
> "Forever is a long time, especially near the end." -Woody Allen
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> Time: 2012-09-21, 11:04:59
> Subject: Re: Numbers in Space
> On 9/21/2012 4:34 AM, Bruno Marchal wrote:
> >> But the numbers build an "arithmetic body"
> > The numbers arithmetically dream of a non arithmetic body.
> >> and then populate a space with multiple copies of it... so that they
> >> can "implement" the UD.
> > No, they are implemented by the UD, which exists like prime numbers
> > exists. Primitively.
> So the dreams "exists like prime numbers exists. Primitively. " and
> the dreams are of "a non arithmetic body", thus "a non arithmetic body"
> exists primitively. How is this different from anything that I have
> tried to tell you of my ideas? We agree!!!!!! This is "dual aspect"
> monism! I used to call it process dualism, but realized that that
> working caused too much confusion.
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