It could, if we say that consciousness (I’m still not sure how that word is thought of here) is thought to be a physical object.

If you don’t understand consciousness then this isn’t allowed.

However, (and I am saying this tentatively), I’ve heard of instances where particles can be made to have no distinction, where action on one particle has effect on a particle at a distance, so there is a prior example of two physical objects being the same entity despite spatial and numerical difference.

Do you think that if we had turned out to live in a purely Newtonian universe with no quantum nonsense then no-one would have proposed Open Individualism? If not then the resolution can’t lie in quantum physics.

If you don’t understand consciousness then this isn’t allowed.

Do you think that if we had turned out to live in a purely Newtonian universe with no quantum nonsense then no-one would have proposed Open Individualism? If not then the resolution can’t lie in quantum physics.