Online opinions of Dennett and Chalmers-- the clueless two

Dennett never tells us what conscilousness is, because
conciouness rwequires a perceiver, and he hasn't a clue as to what that is,
because that concept is foreign to his materialism. 

He's clueless. And famous as well maybe because with that
beard he looks like a philosopher ought to look.

Chalmers is in the same hole as Dennett is
he is also a materialist wuithout a perceiver.
With his long wild hair he may seem to some to
know what he's talking about. But he's also
clueless, which is why we have the "hard problem
of consciousnwess
Dr. Roger B Clough NIST (ret.) [1/1/2000]
See my Leibniz site at


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