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Zombie Rights - Singularity Summit Australia 2012



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Adam Ford - TheRationalFuture

Posted: Nov 8, 2012


“A discussion of the rights of sentient entities. Drawing inspiration from quantum complementarity, defends a complementary notion of ontological dualism, countering zombie hypotheses. Sans zombie concerns, ethical discussions should therefore focus on assessing consciousness purely in terms of the physical-functional properties of any putatively conscious entity.” - Adam Ford


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