潛行凶間 2.2

夢中多重自我

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A human mind is a fractal.

— Me@2010.08.02

2012.02.18 Saturday (c) All rights reserved by ACHK

Inner and outer, 5

Layer, 3 | 水平 7 | Onion self 5

The deeper the consciousness, the more powerful it is.

— Me@2010.08.06

The diagram is not the truth. Instead, it is an analogy. It is a model only.
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Me@2012-02-08 12:55:31 PM

The deepest self is the universe.

— Me@2012-01-16 2:20:19 AM

The diagram is not the truth. Instead, it is an analogy. It is a model only.

— Me@2012.02.11

2012.02.11 Saturday (c) All rights reserved by ACHK

Recursion 8.2

I am a Strange Loop, 3.2

When I am conscious, different times of myself-s interact.

When different times of the same (software) object interact, there comes consciousness.

The past is part of the present.

So consciousness comes from the whole-part interaction.

— Me@2012-01-24 11:03:37 AM

2012.02.05 Sunday (c) All rights reserved by ACHK

Neural correlates of consciousness

The neural correlates of consciousness (NCC) constitute the minimal set of neuronal events and mechanisms sufficient for a specific conscious percept. Neuroscientists use empirical approaches to discover neural correlates of subjective phenomena. The set should be minimal because, while the entire brain is clearly sufficient to give rise to any given conscious experience, the question is which of its components were necessary to produce it.

— Wikipedia on Neural correlates of consciousness

2011.11.07 Monday ACHK

Copy Me, 3

Cumulative concept of time, 8

Since my present-self have the memory of my younger self, my younger self is part of my present-self.   

1. What is the meaning of the “same” file?

If two files contain exactly the same data, they are the “same” file.

2. Memory is the definition of identity. 

Since I have the memory of my younger self, I am the same person as my younger self. Moreover, since I have more memory than my younger self, I am more than my younger self. My younger self is part of me.

3. If I am a book, my younger self is like the one with fewer chapters:

younger self ~ chapter 1,2,3       

older self ~ chapter 1,2,3,4,5,6

— Me@2011.07.10

— Me@2011.08.04

2011.08.04 Thursday (c) All rights reserved by ACHK

Copy Me

Philosopher John Locke published “An Essay Concerning Human Understanding” in 1689, in which he proposed the following criterion for personal identity: if you remember thinking something in the past, then you are the same person as he or she who did the thinking. Later philosophers raised various logical snarls, most of them caused by applying Boolean logic, the prevalent logic system at the time. It has been proposed that modern fuzzy logic can solve those problems, showing that Locke’s basic idea is sound if one treats personal identity as a continuous rather than discrete value.

– Wikipedia

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2008.04.13 Saturday ACHK