On 05 Feb 2013, at 14:45, Craig Weinberg wrote:
On Tuesday, February 5, 2013 6:50:14 AM UTC-5, Bruno Marchal wrote:
On 04 Feb 2013, at 01:14, Craig Weinberg wrote:
On Sunday, February 3, 2013 9:37:42 AM UTC-5, yanniru wrote:
Only 4d spacetime, matter and energy are physical. Everything else is
non-physical and therefore part of the mind. This includes comp up
thru quantum mechanics. Only 4 dimensions for example of the 11d
universe are physical.
Except that my non-physical intentions cause my physical matter to
exert energy. If the non-physical and physical can directly
influence each other, can the separation really be said to be
complete? At the very least private experience should be trans-
physical or tele-physical as non-physical doesn't leave any room
Of course, I see everything as physical, with time-based experience
being private physics and the addition of space-based realism being
This contradicts some of your earlier posts. I take it now that you
do assume a primary physical reality. OK?
Physical but not material.
OK. That makes sense (in your non-comp theory).
I just try to understand your views.
It's confusing and unfamiliar, I admit. I am trying to say that
physics is actually only a participatory sensory-motor experience.
There is no reality beyond experience (not human experience of
course) and the principles which govern it. Matter is just a kind of
experience, as is thought, arithmetic, music, etc).
OK; but of course, like you say, experience has to become primitive.
Which I find not very satisfactory, and even a bit "racist" with
respect to machine, or handicap people (with prostheses). But your
view remains coherent (at least).
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