What about reductive maximalism? :) The physicalist has the problem
that he doesn't know what the right level is, as in his world, all
observationally equivalent explanations are interchangeable. What he
can do is appeal to simplicity in reducing everything to some atomic
objects, which are then really real.

Would it be simpler still to guess that every observer is in a
superposition of worlds that are consistent with his observations?
Then we don't have to pick any level. Some of the worlds would
correspond to idealistic accidentalism in its many forms. In some he
would be recreated each moment, in some he would be a zombie, in
others some kind of Brahman, and so on.

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