Non-reductive physicalists have a view in dualism that creates an idea of mental properties that can be mapped to neurobiological properties, but said mental properties are not ontologically reduced to matter itself. Quantum teleportation involves the destruction of the physical body on one side and the complete reformation of the body on the other side from different atoms/photon/etc. than the body was originally composed in the almost indentical same manner as before (they are, in practice, the same). This seems to create a problem in regards to the use of quantum teleportation and the idea of the mind in non-reductive physicalism for me. I have two conclusions that I can draw, both from non-reductive physicalism.
Since in quantum teleportation the entirety of the physical body is destroyed and reformed on the other side (assuming that quantum teleportation would be possible for humans), the mind would be different because the matter of the brain has been changed and the mind arises from the brain (although the brain composition is the same).
Because the matter on the other side would be entirely composed in the exact same way, the mind would be essentially the same because the brain would have all its memories and processes which give rise to the mind.
The question is ask is which process is better related to non-reductive physicalism. More so, can the mind be trascendent within the non-reductive physicalism?