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I See You Seeing

When you equate phenomenology with consciousness, this simple heuristic extends existence to life itself. 'Self Comes to Mind' is a book by Antonio Damasio that points to the pleasure-pain mechanisms as a felt experience on an emotive substrate.

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I See You Seeing

How can I tell what I think till I see what I say?

- E. M. Forster (1879-1970)

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So That is What Consciousness Smells Like - A Olfactory planksip Explanation

So That is What Consciousness Smells Like - A Olfactory planksip Explanation

I See You Seeing

Inspired by E. M. Forster (1879-1970)'s quote, "How can I tell what I think till I see what I say?". The titled responsion is

When you equate phenomenology with consciousness, this simple heuristic extends existence to life itself. Self Comes to Mind is a book by Antonio Damasio that points to the pleasure-pain mechanisms as a felt experience on an emotive substrate. Confusions persist when we add feelings and emotions to the mix. If the mind's eye is an epiphenomenal illusion this shouldn't devalue the utility to what it's like to be a human, bat or baboon.


Edward M. Forster

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