Let's start at the very beginning.
(It's a very good place to start.)
On 17 October 2013 16:56, Craig Weinberg <whatsons...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Wednesday, October 16, 2013 11:39:49 PM UTC-4, Liz R wrote:
>> On 17 October 2013 16:29, Craig Weinberg <whats...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> I'm trying to say that our contemporary approach to understanding
>>> awareness is fatally flawed. It suffers from a leaky philosophical vacuum,
>>> and maybe the premature confidence of a teenage civilization that imagines
>>> it to be finishing a race that is only halfway done.
>>> OK, that's something I can understand (and even agree with). So do you
>> have some idea about how we *should* be understanding awareness, and can
>> you explain it simply, and preferably without doing violence to, for
>> example, our understanding of how TV sets work? (Or if you do have to do
>> violence to that notion, could you only do so after explaining how and why
>> you need to do violence to it, rather than throwing the idea into the
>> conversation willy-nilly and expecting the audience to understand?!)
>> Explaining in the style of Bruno and comp, for example, would be good...
> I have a lot written already. It depends which aspects you are interested
> in. Philosophy of mind positions? Mathematical abstractions? Diagrams?
> Podcasts or videos?
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