Philosophy Lexicon of Arguments

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Hst II 529
Simulation: no one confuses simulation of gases, liquids, in physics with the things themselves (Dennett about simulated hurricanes ("brainstorms") What goes on in a computer when it simulates a hurricane, is obviously not a hurricane - FÄ ((s) but also in the minds of people affected by a real hurricane raged not a hurricane, also in the sense organs, but on the outside. However, the human would be amidst its devastation).
Natural Law/storm: does not shred the laws of physics.
Hst II 534
Simulation: what would you say if it means that the calculations performed by the computer are only simulations!
Computers find the right answers, therefore their calculations are not a fraud, but only masks. It lacks the inner understanding of the process.
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Ed. Martin Schulz, access date 2017-05-26