On 11/14/2012 4:29 AM, Bruno Marchal wrote:
My claim is that the phrase that you used above "...we agree that
for all ...." is just another way of thinking of my definition of
reality as "That which is incontrovertible for some collection of
observers that can communicate with each other". It is the mutual
agreement between all participants, be they electrons or amoeba or
human or galactic clusters, that makes a reality "real".
OK. That is recovered in comp by the notion of first person plural
(duplication of machine population)
How exactly is the duplication achieved? What indexes the
differences? A Blum complexity measure?
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