On 24 Dec 2012, at 19:11, Brian Tenneson wrote:

What do you think of Tegmark's version of a mathematical Platoia?

Too much naive, and too much big. Then Tegmark ignore the fact that we are distributed in it, in a way which force the consciousness/matter relation to be in need to be derived from a very simple ontology (the sigma_1 arithmetical truth). Tegmark is a physicist closer than others with respect to the computationalist hypothesis, but, despite his mathematicalism, consciousness, and the origin of the "matter stable illusion" is still under the rug.

Bruno





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