Poll: Does Old Paul pass to New? See: forums.philosophyforums.com/comments.php?id=41439&findpost=693630#post693630
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Sample posts and exchanges
08-16-2010, 01:21 PM (This post was last modified: 12-03-2018 08:09 PM by essay author ws.)
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Sample posts and exchanges
Members at Philosophy Forums broached the essay and many related subjects with me in a forum thread, Continuation of Consciousness after Death. I participated under my own name, as member 'wstewart', June - December 2010.

A Philosophy Forums Sample:
  • A poster is intrigued by Tom Clark's naturalistic thought experiment, which raises questions on the nature of subjectivity, self and death: 1
  • Stripping the mask from self, and the other: 1
  • A poster attempts an abstract of EP/GSC reasoning, and I respond: 1 2
  • A cognitive science researcher explores models of subjectivity with us: 1 2 3
  • The metaphysical hazard of depersonalized conditions - a premise of EP/GSC reasoning: 1
  • Buddhism and EP/GSC reasoning: 1
  • Foundations of Consciousness - Drawing The Line: 1 2
  • Unfelt Time-Gaps - Does Old Paul Pass to New? 1 2 3 4
  • Does Old Paul Pass to New? A Poll: 1 2 3
  • Pulling out Occam's Razor: 1
  • A long conversation impresses the essay view of time-gaps upon a poster. He tacks to parallel our course: 1 2
  • A poster engages the concept of split passage: 1 2
  • Is metaphysical philosophy better without sci-fi? A Poll: 1
As backup, I attach a self-contained archival copy of the Philosophy Forums thread: archive, Dec. 2010 (.zip).

Thank you.

All the best,
Wayne Stewart
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