On Wednesday, January 16, 2013 1:00:46 PM UTC-5, Bruno Marchal wrote:
> On 16 Jan 2013, at 16:34, Jason Resch wrote:
> Yes it was worded too strongly.  What I meant is there is no currently no 
> widely supported theory of mind where the identity of matter is important 
> to the identity of a person.  
> I agree. Even Hamerov would agree, despite the low and quantum level. Only 
> Penrose, but probably also Searle, would disagree, I guess. Perhaps Craig, 
> and most believer in non comp.
We could ask one of the people who are made of a different kind of matter 
than human beings. While we are at it, we could ask them which arithmetic 
incantation will allow us to drink brine from the sea instead of fresh 
water. Shouldn't be a big deal... ;)

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