Re: virus: Memetics, Intent, and Salvation

Wade T.Smith (
Thu, 21 Aug 97 17:48:17 -0400

>"Is consciousness *intrinsically* subjective?"
>The question seems very daunting, the way it's stated now. But if we
>change it into E-Prime, it becomes much better:
>"Does consciousness seem intrinsically subjective to me?"

I musta missed something. I thought e-prime didn't allow 'e' to be used.
Must be something else....

>Now here's one I can answer!: yes. I can't verify consciousness in
>anybody else, yet I'm sure *I* have it...

I'm not. For what that's worth.

Is a subjective sense of consciousness the thing itself? Is there a way
out of that?

Wade T. Smith | "There ain't nothin' you | shouldn't do to a god." |
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