On 10/1/2013 7:13 AM, David Nyman wrote:
However, on reflection, this is not what one should deduce from the
logic as set out. The logical structure of each subjective moment is
defined as encoding its relative past and anticipated future states
(an assumption that seems consistent with our understanding of brain
function, for example).
But then it seems one needs the physical, or at least the subconscious. If one conceives
a "subjective moment" as just what one is conscious of in "a moment" it doesn't encode
very much of the past. And in the digital simulation paradigm the computational state
doesn't encode any of it. So I think each conscious "moment" must have considerable
extent in (physical) time so as to overlap and provide continuity. Of course physical
time need not correspond in any simple way to computational steps.
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