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The Brain as a Receiver and Consciousness as a Fundamental

Steven Harp


In this essay, I argue that there is no science that invalidates the model of the brain as a receiver and there is no proof that the brain generates consciousness and, because consciousness cannot be equated with physical matter, another model is necessary. I further argue that consciousness is unique and fundamental and consequently cannot be declared as physical or reduced to mere physical processes no matter how complex those processes.

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ISSN: 2153-8212