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Can You Really Duplicate Yourself?


The answer actually lies within an early religious (Buddhist) philosophy of Anatta (non-personal). The inquiry is peculiar as it works within a paradigm that is wrong. You suppose that there exists, actually, a complete me. Under ordinary conditions you might be in a position to blow off all indications to the opposite by delegating a me tag to your whole real existence as a living being (from birth to death), or potentially expanding it beyond that and devising an immortal spirit.

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