In a message dated 2/8/00 11:57:25 AM Central Standard Time,
> So if people want to send me "concise" questions of things that
> even *we* don't know the answers to, perhaps we could organize
> them, "vote" on their importance and then publish this on the
> Web site.
>From our previous discussions my numero uno "hard question" should be
obvious. I'll try to rephrase it, based on our past dialogue, in as succenct
a fashion as I can:
In the context of cognitive automorphism and augmentation, how do you
distinguish between "parts of a mind" and "a mind", and what moral principles
should govern the relationship among them?
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