On 2/11/2013 8:52 AM, John Clark wrote:
And you keep thinking there is such a thing as "THE" first person view, and that might
be a OK approximation in a world without duplicating machines but not in a world that
has them; there is only A first person view and one view is every bit as legitimate as
another. And the only thing that turns one first person view into another first person
view is what they view, so all you're saying is that the guy who sees Washington will be
the guy who sees Washington which is too flimsy to build a philosophy on.
Similarly there is no such thing as "the" result of an observation of a quantum observable
that is not already prepared in an eigenstate of that observable.
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