IMHO comp and the double aspect theory of the brain

2012-11-29 Thread Roger Clough
Hi meekerdb Have you ever seen one of those rubber balls that people squeeze to excercise their hands ? IMHO the objective brain is like that, the subjective brain (c0nsciousness) is like the pressure induced by the squeezing. In my understanding, comp is like physics or neuroscience. Comp

Re: Re: Evolutionary logic Re: Some musings on is/ought and modal logic

2012-11-29 Thread Roger Clough
Hi Bruno Marchal But the overall catalog should not be like the individual catalogs--- for it contains them, and all containers have to be a step above the lower containers or else you have the Russell paradox, a container within itself. Recursion. as you point out, may allow that or

Re: Re: Evolutionary logic Re: Some musings on is/ought and modal logic

2012-11-29 Thread Roger Clough
Hi Bruno Marchal Interesting puzzle. Is heterological autological in nature or heterological ? It's heterological I think because autological and heterological are completely separate classes (By definition heterological cannot be autological). [Roger Clough], [rclo...@verizon.net]

Re: Comp and causality

2012-11-29 Thread Telmo Menezes
On Thu, Nov 29, 2012 at 5:07 PM, Roger Clough rclo...@verizon.net wrote: Hi Bruno Marchal I think of comp as a monitor of what the brain does physically, objectively, materialistically, such as, at first glance, produce electrical signals, things a computer implant could do and in fact do

Re: Against Mechanism

2012-11-29 Thread John Clark
On Wed, Nov 28, 2012 at 7:51 PM, Jason Resch jasonre...@gmail.com wrote: The experiment requires that you place yourself in the place of someone about to be duplicated and ask yourself what you expect to experience after that duplication. Various people expect all sorts of screwy things,

Re: Against Mechanism

2012-11-29 Thread Bruno Marchal
On 28 Nov 2012, at 23:05, John Clark wrote: On Wed, Nov 28, 2012 at 11:09 AM, Bruno Marchal marc...@ulb.ac.be wrote: you agreed that the W and M experience are exclusive, making the 1- view unique from the 1-view point. Everybody has a unique viewpoint looking back into the past,

Moral evaluations of harm are instant and emotional, brain study shows

2012-11-29 Thread Craig Weinberg
The study showed that within 60 milliseconds, the right posterior superior temporal sulcus (also known as TPJ area), located in the back of the brain, was first activated, with different activity depending on *whether the harm was intentional or accidental*. It was followed in quick

Re: Against Mechanism

2012-11-29 Thread John Clark
On Thu, Nov 29, 2012 at 2:21 PM, Bruno Marchal marc...@ulb.ac.be wrote: OK, you know more about your homemade word that I do so I defer to your greater expertise, I don't believe in this thing called comp. From your reply to Craig, I think that you do. Unless you have change your mind. I

Re: Moral evaluations of harm are instant and emotional, brain study shows

2012-11-29 Thread Stephen P. King
On 11/29/2012 2:31 PM, Craig Weinberg wrote: The study showed that within 60 milliseconds, the right posterior superior temporal sulcus (also known as TPJ area), located in the back of the brain, was first activated, with different activity depending on *whether the harm was

Re: Moral evaluations of harm are instant and emotional, brain study shows

2012-11-29 Thread Craig Weinberg
On Thursday, November 29, 2012 8:05:32 PM UTC-5, Stephen Paul King wrote: On 11/29/2012 2:31 PM, Craig Weinberg wrote: The study showed that within 60 milliseconds, the right posterior superior temporal sulcus (also known as TPJ area), located in the back of the brain, was first

Re: Against Mechanism

2012-11-29 Thread Jason Resch
On Thu, Nov 29, 2012 at 4:00 PM, John Clark johnkcl...@gmail.com wrote: On Thu, Nov 29, 2012 at 2:21 PM, Bruno Marchal marc...@ulb.ac.be wrote: OK, you know more about your homemade word that I do so I defer to your greater expertise, I don't believe in this thing called comp. From your

Re: Against Mechanism

2012-11-29 Thread Jason Resch
On Thu, Nov 29, 2012 at 12:54 PM, John Clark johnkcl...@gmail.com wrote: On Wed, Nov 28, 2012 at 7:51 PM, Jason Resch jasonre...@gmail.com wrote: The experiment requires that you place yourself in the place of someone about to be duplicated and ask yourself what you expect to experience