From: Ben Goertzel (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Jun 02 2004 - 08:32:01 MDT
I agree, but that is not in itself a "morality", it's just an
observation about a particular quale.
Morality is about the organization of large sets of qualia....
As noted in previous discussions on this list, there are a lot of
different moral systems that one can create based on the principle
"positive qualia good, negative qualia bad"
> I must insist that when you break a finger, there is
> something as fundamental as physical law, as fundamental as
> bread and vinegar, that is by its quality "negative" and it
> says "I should not be! I should not be!" :-)
> That is the arrow of morality, nobody chose it yet it's there
> as clear as sunlight, an asymmetry just like time flow.
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