On 4/10/2012 11:08 PM, John wrote:
It is a more extreme version of a view I have long held that consciousness is relative to
an external environment and without that environment the the brain would devolve into
loops or unconscious state. But I don't see that Manzotti provides a very useful model of
imagination or dreams or recall of images by electrostimulation of the brain. Those
phenomena imply that the information is stored in the brain. To say it's shared with an
external process that happened years before doesn't add anything; the sharing is via
storage in the brain.
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