Consciousness, New Thinking About
tonyjeffs2 at REMOVEaol.com
Mon Jun 3 09:24:33 EST 2002
Going back to Ian's original post.
The idea that consciousness is a fundamental property and not reducable is
But if the quantity of consciousness in the universe is an unchanging
constant, where does my consciousness go when I'm asleep?
I suspect that it temporarily ceases to be.
If that is correct, the quantity of consciousness in the universe changes
If that isn't correct, where does my consciousness go when I'm asleep?
So I don't think the quantity of consciousness in the universe is fixed.
I think if the universe degenerated in to a homogenous, inert, unchanging
goo consciousness would be at a minimum.
"Ian Goddard" <igoddard at erols.mom> wrote in part:-
> A New Thinking Emerges About Consciousness
> Couple excerpts:
> Chalmers believes scientists will eventually conclude that
> consciousness is a fundamental property of the universe --
> like space, time or gravity -- and therefore not reducible.
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