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Cognition != Events

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Posted by Nathan Hays on September 27, 2003 19:22:27 UTC

Bruce -

I agree that there is cognitive dissonance about events, but sentient agreement is not what I mean. I am talking about the comprehensive and consistent agreement between all events in the future light cone of a particular event about what occurred. GR shows us how not to make the mistake of assigning absolute ordinality to time, and once this is accounted for, the agreement exists.

I think any disagreement about events between sentient beings is pure neuropsychology. The Universe is a priori to thought, thought is analagous to the Universe, but never identical to it.

- sfn

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