On 06/03/11 15:19, 1Z wrote:
I think of it as the common definition that it is a property of a system
not present in any part or aspect of a system.
On Mar 4, 7:10 pm, Andrew Soltau<andrewsol...@gmail.com> wrote:
I remind you that we are in the everything list which is based on the
idea that "everything" is simpler than "something".
If we take Chalmers and Bitbol seriously, consciousness is a perfectly
symmetrical emergent property of the Everything, and you can't get much
simpler than that.
Hmm. Apart from the fact that no one knows what "emergent" means
On my view, phenomenal consciousness is a property of the unitary system
the way transport is a property of a working vehicle. It's what it does!
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