On 28 October 2013 07:33, John Mikes <jami...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Allegedly Stathis wrote:
> *If consciousness supervenes on neurochemistry then the brain will be
> different if the conscious state is different. Demonstrating that there is
> a change in consciousness without a change in the brain, or a change in the
> brain not explained by the physics, would be evidence of supernatural
> I would not call it 'supernatural', rather: beyond our presently
> Are you so sure that (your?) neurochemistry is "all we can have"? The
> demonstration you refer to would only show that our view is partial and
> whatever we call consciousness is something different from what's going on
> indeed. Explained by physics?
> I consider "physix" the ingenious explanation of the figments we perceive
> - at the level of such explanatory thinking. It changed from time-period to
> time-period and is likely to change further in the future.
> Agnostically yours
> John Mikes
It would be supernatural not if it were inconsistent with known physics,
but with any physics.
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