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What if Berkeley Had Gone to Berkeley? - Neurophysiology & Physics in the Defense of Informational Idealism: Part I: The Problem of Experience

Paul N. Seward


Our argument is divided into two parts. In this Part I, we stipulate and defend the existence of an experiencing subject or “self” that is not identical to consciousness but for whom consciousness is an objective experience. We then show that the relationship of time and space to moving objects requires that the self cannot be a part of space-time or made of matter and energy.

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ISSN: 2153-8212