Re: Observer-moments

From: Gilles HENRI <>
Date: Wed, 15 Sep 1999 14:57:20 +0200

>The concept of the observer-moment is at the heart of much of our thinking.
>I believe this is a problem, because the very words 'observer moment' are
>How can you have an observer (a consciousness) in a moment (a snapshot in
>time). Think about it. In which snapshot (universe) did that thought occur?
>I am not proposing any solution to this problem - just pointing out that any
>edifice built on the idea of an observer-moment is bound to crumble.

On the other hand, at which time does a "computation" take place? If you
don't attribute a given time to a given thought, how do you explain the
concordance of various observers' experiences, and the apparent
impossibility of knowing the future? (unless you believe it is avctually
possible, of course!)

Received on Wed Sep 15 1999 - 06:09:38 PDT

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