On 10/26/2012 11:36 PM, Craig Weinberg wrote:
All of it ultimately has to be grounded in ordinary conscious
experience. Otherwise we have an infinite regress of invisible
homunculi translating crystalline manifolds in compactified space into
ordinary experiences. At what point does it become necessary for
vibrating topological constructs to imagine that they are something
other than what they are, and to feel and see rather than merely be
informed of relevant data?
I am confident that ultimately there can be no reduction of awareness
at all. Awareness can assume mathematical forms or physical substance,
but neither of those can possibly generate even a single experience on
All of this discussion is below the level of conscious
self-awareness. At most there is just raw perception, the basis
distinguishing of is from not is.
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