[ExI] Strong AI Hypothesis: logically flawed?
protokol2020 at gmail.com
Fri Oct 3 13:04:53 UTC 2014
> All body cells die. All of them
Some cells may survive, one can be an organ donor.
Does this count, as "some cells survived"? Or what?
On Fri, Oct 3, 2014 at 2:55 PM, William Flynn Wallace <foozler83 at gmail.com>
> I think what is missing here is the idea of real death. All body cells
> die. All of them. Yes, cells are replaced while you are living but there
> is a continuity effected by the still living ones. If all cells are dead
> there is no continuity possible.
> What y'all seem to be saying is that if you could extract a copy of your
> memories, put them into hard drive, then download them into some other body
> or robot, then there are two yous
> . I say there is only one 'you' and if it is dead then it cannot awaken
> somewhere else. A copy is not the original.
> The original premise of all this is, of course, impossible. bill w
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