On Jul 21, 8:23 pm, Craig Weinberg <whatsons...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > 1) if conventional physics gives an adequate causal account,does and
> > experience is explained
> > with New Physics, does that make experience epiphenomenal?
> In my view, physics, experience, and the underlying relation between
> them are all co-phenomenal and co-epiphenomenal
I have no idea what that means.
> > 2) What is it about the mathematical structures and functions of your
> > New
> > Physics that makes it more apt for describing experience than the
> > Old Physics?
> Because it recognizes that experience cannot be described in third
> person terms
How can you have physics that is not describable in 3 terms? How
do people write papers about it or devise tests for it.
>, and that this fact is not a problem. Rather, the
> compulsion to turn it into a problem is explained by the understanding
> that we ourselves are inherently biased because we cannot get outside
> of the sense of our own collective experience. Instead, we see the
> function of privatized phenomenology as a natural feature of, as well
> as a function of matter.
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