From: Damien Broderick (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Jan 17 2006 - 20:43:32 MST
At 07:06 PM 1/17/2006 -0800, Phil wrote:
> > >Woody has not proposed
> > >any test that can be carried out by a human.
> > Has in fact proposed (for a profoundly half-arsed value of
> > "proposed") a
> > test that specifically and by design *can't* be carried out by a
> > human.
>I didn't mean the test can't be taken by a human
I did, and said so. Searle designed his Chinese Room thus, as an attempted
reductio ad absurdum of semantics-free piecemeal emulation.
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