On 11/4/2012 11:57 AM, Bruno Marchal wrote:
But you are exactly missing the point that I have been repeating.
Truth is independent of a particular mind but it is not independent
of all minds.
This is ambiguous, as Arithmetical Truth contains the existence of all
mind, and even in the "right" relations, once we assume comp. In that
sense Arithmetical truth depends on all minds, but it is more simple
and primary that all minds (again with comp, which relate
consciousness to the computations done by universal machines).
You need to show the necessity of separability of the minds, not
just the existence. This is because there does not exist a unique naming
scheme of minds. We discussed this when we agreed that "god has no name".
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