Who shoves whom around inside the careenium? or what is the meaning of the word “I”?

@article{Hofstadter2004WhoSW,
  title={Who shoves whom around inside the careenium? or what is the meaning of the word “I”?},
  author={Douglas Richard Hofstadter},
  journal={Synthese},
  year={2004},
  volume={53},
  pages={189-218}
}
Dialogue entre Achille et la tortue: comment la conscience et le moi peuvent-ils surgir a partir d'un systeme physique? Un systeme intentionnel est un ensemble de sous-systemes qui le composent, et la conscience surgit la ou le systeme parvient a se representer lui-meme. Le moi est compose de l'ensemble des experiences par lesquelles le systeme represente le monde. P. 219-226: "Comments on Hofstadter" par G. L. STEELE, Jr. 
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