He does. Many here have been talking to him about it for years. You need to
understand the distinction he is making between materialism and mechanism. When
this happens in your head, your experience of trying to understand the rest of
him will go better for you.
On 06/07/2011, at 11:41 AM, B Soroud wrote:
> Bruno, can I understand you as saying that the world as we experience it,
> isn't primary, but that there is some non-experimental truth that is
> conceptually reflected in our experience and accounts for the primary reality
> of the world? You want to reject the primacy of corporeal and sensorial
> experience for some independently existing and non-experiential matrix?
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