Nick Bostrom on the Simulation Argument

Nick Bostrom doesn’t rule out the possibility that he might be part of a computer simulation. Find out why in this episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast.

http://philosophybites.com/2011/08/nick-bostrom-on-the-simulation-argument.html

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