On Sunday, October 14, 2012 1:42:40 PM UTC-4, John Clark wrote:
> > you can see from the differences between conjoined twins, who have the
>> same nature and nurture, the same environment, that they are not the same
> That is true they are not the same people, and just like EVERYTHING else
> they are not the same people for a reason or they are not the same people
> for no reason.
It isn't an either / or proposition. The question is whose reasons are
they? Where does reason itself originate? From unconscious disembodied
metaphysical 'laws' which accidentally generate meaningless epiphenomenal
'experiences', or from ordinary concretely real physical private
experiences which generate sequences intentionally as well as respond to
unintentionally generated public con-sequences.
> John K Clark
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