On 18 Sep 2010, at 14:34, 1Z wrote:
On 3 Sep, 09:10, Bruno Marchal <marc...@ulb.ac.be> wrote:
Physicists have a tradition of putting mind and consciousness under
Physicists have a tradition of not being psychologists
front of the 'hard consciousness problem', or the mind-body problem.
Indeed. Since Aristotle. Even more so since Christians burns those who
depart from the Dogma, and atheism blocks progress in a less hot but
as irrational way.
But the platonist start with the right unifying principles, I think.
The idea to separate physics from theology has been fertile
methodologically, but, as I explained, it just does not work without
reintroducing magical matter and/or magical minds, and/or magical
dualist supervenience principles.
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