From: Mohsen Ravanbakhsh (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Mar 01 2007 - 13:46:53 MST
We're talking about (supper)human software programs.
They certainly need a self.(Do they?)
For us the source of this self seems to have its root in having a body. At
least this is a (semi?)biological claim, according to which the primitive
parts of the spectrum of self emerges from the feeling of unity behind a
Would a software have this self? (It's a software it can not have a body...)
And as a more fundamental question: what is our philosophical direction
about the mind-body problem? and for what kinds of assumptions still we can
see a future for construction of (supper)humans.
-- Mohsen Ravanbakhsh,
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