X-Message-Number: 14811
Date: Tue, 31 Oct 2000 12:37:50 -0500
From: "Raphael T. Haftka" <>
Subject: Memories and mind

David Pizer said in #14797

>But there is no situation where a memory exists without the mind;  So it is
>clear that the mind is separate and more basic then patterns of information
>called memories.

The computer I use to write this email message has all the files that I 
created in the past 10 years. These files are much more valuable to me than 
the computer itself, including all the programs that run on it. I can 
transfer the files to another computer without any problem.

Will you say that the computer and operating system are more basic than the 

Rafi Haftka

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