On 9/6/2012 11:01 AM, Bruno Marchal wrote:
Consciousness does not arise. It is not in space, nor in time. Its local content,
obtained by differentiation, internally can refer to time and space,
Even if it is not *in* spacetime, my consciousness seems to depend on some particular
localized matter in spacetime.
but that's particular content of an atemporal consciousness.
An atemporal consciousness sounds like a contradiction in terms. If we rely on our
intuitive introspection to know what consciousness is (as you often say) we can't then
just throw away that insight and say consciousness is something else.
I would say (no need of this in UDA).
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