[ExI] Next moment, everything around you will probably change
jef at jefallbright.net
Fri Jun 22 15:11:40 UTC 2007
On 6/21/07, Lee Corbin <lcorbin at rawbw.com> wrote:
> Stathis writes
> > They obviously view each other as separate people if they are at each
> > other's throats.
> Not necessarily, as you yourself seem to demonstrate here:
> > Conceivably they may be acting in this way because they are actually
> > mistaken about their twin, believing them to be a completely different
> > person who has fraudulently taken on their appearance.
That example served to show, by existence of an obvious exception,
that physical/functional similarity can not be used to determine
personal identity as a general rule. As you must know, but choose to
ignore, it takes only one exception to invalidate a rule. It served
its purpose. It is misleading, logically false, and a waste of time
for you to now point out possible exceptions to the exception.
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