So if there is a brain conjoined twin (Adam & Ben) in Albuquerque and they 
are duplicated once in Buffalo and once in Cleveland, but in Cleveland 
something goes wrong and Adam does not get duplicated. 

What are you both saying happens to Adam & Ben in Albuquerque and to Ben in 


On Friday, December 14, 2012 3:54:44 PM UTC-5, John Clark wrote:
> On Fri, Dec 14, 2012 at 5:45 AM, Bruno Marchal <<javascript:>
> > wrote:
> > In the 3p-view. But with the Computationalist Theory of Mind (CTM, alias 
>> comp), there are two first person points of view
> Yes, Bruno Marchal has said that many times and it's true that after the 
> duplication there will be 2 first person Bruno Marchal points of view, but 
> the problem is that before the duplication there is only one first person 
> point of view at it is here the question is asked about the future state of 
> "you" and demands are made for one and only one answer.  
> John Clark has been complaining about the unfettered use of personal 
> pronouns in a world with duplicating chambers for a long time now, and yet 
> those who disagree with John Clark continue to use those pronouns as 
> frequently as ever, it seems that those people just cannot help themselves. 
> The very fact that opponents are simply unable to express ideas without 
> using those cancerous pronouns should give those people some insight into 
> the nature of those aforesaid ideas. 
> > you just limit yourself to the 3p view, and never put you feet in the 
>> shoes of the reconstituted person,
> And Bruno Marchal never explains which of those two first person points of 
> view "you" should put feet into and which first person viewpoint "you" 
> should not. Bruno Marchal simply cannot converse on this subject unless 5 
> to 10% of the words are personal pronouns, in spite of the fact that if it 
> was always clear what those pronouns referred to this entire debate would 
> be unnecessary.
>   John K Clark     

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