On 15 Jan 2013, at 23:18, meekerdb wrote:
On 1/15/2013 8:21 AM, Bruno Marchal wrote:
On 15 Jan 2013, at 07:54, meekerdb wrote, to Jason:
Consider the quantum suicide experiment, or the Shrodinger's cat
experiment from the perspective of the cat. From the first-
person perspective consciousness cannot end, regardless of how
low the third-person probability may be.
But that's just a semantic trick. The first-person perspective
consciousness can still be finite. Just because "the end" isn't
part of the experience, it doesn't follow that the sequence of
experiences continues indefinitely. I've had my consciousness
interrupted. There was no mathematical/logical necessity that it
Of course. But if you assume either QM, or comp, there are.
Comp maybe. QM doesn't require that consciousness continue.
What would it mean to observe anything if consciousness does not
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