On Mon, Apr 15, 2013 at 02:41:19PM +0200, Bruno Marchal wrote:
> You cannot be more right on this. It has been part of my job to show
> that if the brain is Turing emulable, then the interior experience
> is not at all isomorphic to brain activity. It is already done
> explicitely in step seven (you don't need the more subtle step 8).

If you have shown this, then empirically, COMP is falsified. However,
you yourself, have stated that all that is shown is that the brain
(and physics generally) cannot be ontologically primitive.

We're getting close to the latter (on foar) - if we can find a way of
expressing the MGA that doesn't rely on an intuition.


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