Software Exceptions: a Paranormal View

Some view minds as software and some view software as minds. There is also mind / body problem for humans and less known mind / body problem for computers. This is what I define as ”Metaphorical Bijection (seems I coined a new term again). Some view minds as constrained by brains. Therefore we can say that software might be constrained by hardware too and exceptions (faults) arise when software is accidentally written for hardware or another software if hardware is virtualized, simulated, without limitations that constrain software execution. The current hardware constrains that accidentally written software and generates faults because it cannot deal with paranormal effects. 

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2 Responses to “Software Exceptions: a Paranormal View”

  1. Software Astrology » Blog Archive » Welcome to Software Astrology! Says:

    […] metaphor to human brains and a machine metaphor to Life. This is just one example of the so called metaphorical bijections. If we can go in one direction why not to try the very opposite and apply human characteristics […]

  2. Crash Dump Analysis » Blog Archive » Metaphorical Bijectionism: A Method of Inquiry Says:

    […] to get another emerging concept. I myself proposed the similar mapping and called it a metaphorical bijection. […]

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