From: Ben Goertzel (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Feb 22 2005 - 19:33:33 MST
> I should think that an approach similar to pushing / popping a stack
> frame would be useful - pushing a new operational state and popping it
> when a perceived threat had been mitigated in order to return to the old
> state. This presumes that the self-modifying aspect of the codebase was
> sufficiently isolated from being modified, itself, so as to ensure that
> the push / pop strategy wasn't affected. This, of course, raises a
> number of other questions related to recursive frames of reference,
> representation of 'self', etc.
Exactly.. I don't know how to deal with those sort of issues you mention in
your last sentence in any reasonably general way... do you?
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