Stephen and Jason,
interesting discours, but you use concepts that beg for my questioning.
Dualism may be an observation based on phenomena we misunderstand and
explain to the level of "present" theories. A violation of the laws of
physics asks: are those "laws' really so true, or only a (statistical)
deduction of data we so far happened to observe? and that "substance monism"
(whatever it includes) is bound to the questionable term of "life".
Substance ( I go with Stephen) may be an illusion, depending how we define
Don't bother, I speak only my agnostic worldview, but it may be a different
point of view to add.
On Mon, Aug 29, 2011 at 1:00 AM, Stephen P. King <stephe...@charter.net>wrote:
> On 8/28/2011 11:06 PM, Jason Resch wrote:
>> Capillary action is not a violation of the laws of physics. What about
>> substance monism precludes any life form from existing?
>> Also are you saying you are a substance dualist?
> Is 'substance dualism' the only form of dualism? Maybe you might
> consider that the idea of substance is simply not even wrong. Matter and
> Mind are both process, substance is just the relative invariant aspects of
> such. Substance is illusion.
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