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Re: Philosophical implications of uploading your mind

Posted: Mon Jun 22, 2015 11:04 am
by Obvious Leo
Hobbes' Choice wrote: I suggested that the mind could be 'copied' because it is physical and not incorporeal.
That the mind is physical is not in dispute. As a biologist with forty years of experience I merely ask you how do you imagine it can be copied? Extraordinary claims such as this require some explanation and simply calling me an idiot won't cut it because there isn't a scientist in the entire world who agrees with your proposition. Is every one of them an idiot as well?

Re: Philosophical implications of uploading your mind

Posted: Mon Jun 22, 2015 2:16 pm
by Hobbes' Choice
Obvious Leo wrote:
Hobbes' Choice wrote: I suggested that the mind could be 'copied' because it is physical and not incorporeal.
That the mind is physical is not in dispute. [/quote]

Then in that case fuck off and read what I said.

That's the end of it, fool.