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TomEGun

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#143 - When using a philosophical scenario it is nearly impossible to…  [+] (5 replies) 10/24/2011 on SIRI Comp -1
#145 - blueboysixnine (10/24/2011) [-]
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If it were possible to remove a brain from someone and have it preserved long enough to be implanted into another person and have the spinal chord reattached perfectly so that the brain controlled the lungs and the heart to return to provingin the brain with basic necessities to continue functioning. then it wouldnt be a guy getting a brain transplant, it would be a brain getting a body transplant as the conciousness is in the brain, and not the body. the identity of the body changes.
#146 - TomEGun (10/24/2011) [-]
(I can tell this is going to be fun)
However, before the transplant the receiver(or a second party) of the new brain must have legally bought the brain before the switch.
So since the principals of possession do not apply to the conciseness but to the active body than one could argue that the body is not his but the one who traded the money for the new brain

And ignore the fact that a person could actually switch a brain vs. the philosophical statement. You already lost that battle
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#149 - blueboysixnine (10/24/2011) [-]
If it were possible to transplant a brain from one body to another, you couldnt buy a brain. it would be the same as buying a person. it would be illegal/immoral.
#152 - TomEGun (10/24/2011) [-]
But all of this is implying that the conscious of the prior brain is still intact after the transaction of bodies.
If it were not than it would not be rendered immoral and the receptacle of the new brain would turn into a new person completely.

What all of this basically comes down to is the lack scientific knowledge (if you want to take it that far).
However the fact of the matter is that its 2 in the morning for me, I was busy masturbating and all it was was a dumb philosophical skull fuck I made up a few years back.

Now that was fun but I really ought to be getting some rest.
Thank you and good by
#167 - vynillabear (10/24/2011) [-]
no wonder you're so stupid. you're canadian
#138 - If a man has a brain transplant is "he" living?  [+] (7 replies) 10/24/2011 on SIRI Comp 0
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#140 - blueboysixnine (10/24/2011) [-]
no because you cant transplant a brain
#143 - TomEGun (10/24/2011) [-]
When using a philosophical scenario it is nearly impossible to use literal meanings.
The point is if it were to happen, what would be the outcome?
#145 - blueboysixnine (10/24/2011) [-]
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If it were possible to remove a brain from someone and have it preserved long enough to be implanted into another person and have the spinal chord reattached perfectly so that the brain controlled the lungs and the heart to return to provingin the brain with basic necessities to continue functioning. then it wouldnt be a guy getting a brain transplant, it would be a brain getting a body transplant as the conciousness is in the brain, and not the body. the identity of the body changes.
#146 - TomEGun (10/24/2011) [-]
(I can tell this is going to be fun)
However, before the transplant the receiver(or a second party) of the new brain must have legally bought the brain before the switch.
So since the principals of possession do not apply to the conciseness but to the active body than one could argue that the body is not his but the one who traded the money for the new brain

And ignore the fact that a person could actually switch a brain vs. the philosophical statement. You already lost that battle
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#149 - blueboysixnine (10/24/2011) [-]
If it were possible to transplant a brain from one body to another, you couldnt buy a brain. it would be the same as buying a person. it would be illegal/immoral.
#152 - TomEGun (10/24/2011) [-]
But all of this is implying that the conscious of the prior brain is still intact after the transaction of bodies.
If it were not than it would not be rendered immoral and the receptacle of the new brain would turn into a new person completely.

What all of this basically comes down to is the lack scientific knowledge (if you want to take it that far).
However the fact of the matter is that its 2 in the morning for me, I was busy masturbating and all it was was a dumb philosophical skull fuck I made up a few years back.

Now that was fun but I really ought to be getting some rest.
Thank you and good by
#167 - vynillabear (10/24/2011) [-]
no wonder you're so stupid. you're canadian
#38 - make me  [+] (1 reply) 10/22/2011 on Skrillex Orchestra Cover +7
#39 - SweetJesus (10/23/2011) [-]
RADDA!
#41 - Peeling dry glue off my fingers amazing  [+] (1 reply) 10/21/2011 on The little things 2 +18
#46 - ryuuk (10/21/2011) [-]
that feel is the best!