Toward a Science of Consciousness 1998
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Tue May 19 22:12:30 EST 1998
In article <Pine.SV220.127.116.110519083601.23178A-100000 at sleepy.giant.net>, Brian J Flanagan <bflanagn at sleepy.giant.net> wrote:
>> >Would there be a difference between biological conciousness and computer
>> >generated conciousness? (apart from the fact that one is generated by a
>> >computer and the other one by a biological device)
>> Assuming a computer could generate consciousness - in order to generate
>> consciousness equivalent to a "biological device", it would have to "be" a
>> biological device, hence not a computer.
>BJ: No. Also, there has been a polite request to remove this thread from
>bionet.neuroscience, which ought to be respected.
Oh, neuroscience has nothing to do with consciousness!
What a revelation!
What is it about then?
Oh, consciousness does not exist, right?
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