[ExI] Semiotics and Computability

Gordon Swobe gts_2000 at yahoo.com
Thu Feb 18 20:33:57 UTC 2010

--- On Thu, 2/18/10, Aware <aware at awareresearch.com> wrote:

>> But the human brain understands symbols.
> Despite the understandably seductive nature of the belief,
> and its natural and expected origins in the necessity that any
> situated agent, to be effective, must have a model of itself to which it
> can refer, that assertion is unsupported.  

I support my assertion by pointing to your understanding of the symbols in my claim. You understand them well enough even to make a counter-claim. I think your brain deserves the credit.



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