On 9/27/2012 12:01 AM, Craig Weinberg wrote:
The problem is the assumption that they can only be one thing if they
aren't the other. This kind of dualism is a prejudice of a particular
phase of scientific development that is overdue for reconciliation. By
framing it as 'understandable vs mysterious' instead of public-spatial
vs private-temporal, we close off all possibility for progress. Do you
think that I don't know how effective the reductionist approach has
been for Western Civilization? The Catholic Church was deemed equally
effective during Galileo's time. You misunderstand my perspective and
assume that I am talking about some new force outside of physics when
what I am doing is showing a way of integrating the obvious conditions
of our experience with physics.
I think that realizing that cells are also our sub-personal
experiences will be the next two centuries of biological science.
That is not a "dualism", it is a dichotomy. A false one at that! ;-)
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