Re: Reality, the bogus nature of the Turing test

From: 1Z <>
Date: Sun, 24 Sep 2006 08:05:14 -0700

Russell Standish wrote:

> The Nothing itself does not have any properties in itself to speak
> of. Rather it is the PROJECTION postulate that means we can treat it
> as the set of all strings, from which any conscious viewpoint must
> correspond to a subset of strings.

That sounds rather like the Somethingist principle that only certain
are selected for the Privilege of Actuallity.

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Received on Sun Sep 24 2006 - 11:06:14 PDT

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