Re: a description of you + a description of billiard ball can bruise you?

From: Bruno Marchal <>
Date: Wed, 18 May 2005 08:53:22 +0200

Hi Stephen,

Le 17-mai-05, à 22:39, Stephen Paul King a écrit :

> There is still one question that needs to be answered: what is it
> that gives rise to the differentiation necessary for one "description"
> to "bruise" (or cause any kind of change) in another "description" if
> we disallow for some thing that acts as an "interface" between the
> two.
> What forms the "interface" in your theory?

I think we should come back to the difference between your assumptions
and mine. For me "interface" and "resource" are the thing I would like
to explain. But I accept the notion that 0 is a number, and if x is a
number then x+1 is a number, etc.
Utimately interface and resource are explained in term of the rlation
between those numbers. I think you assume at the start a physical
world. I don't need that hypothesis.

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