ONGOING ANTINATALISM/EFILISM DISCUSSIONPosted on 27th Oct 2020 by Professor Alexander Hartdegen micgooflander95micgooflander952 months ago (edited)Regarding the “is/ought gap”; there is no objective fact in the universe that suffering ought not to happen, but there is the universal reality that suffering has negative value. If there is any life that you would not want to be […]Read More Old Antinatalism/Efilism discussion
On second thought, Consciousness may not be a witness but it originates in a point and deals with matter in a one-sided way. It’s a one-way relationship. Well, that’s actually a confusing way to put it. What I meant was that there are no two sides. I hate the analogy of duality. The reality emerges […]Read More Consciousness (part 2)
But, the real meaning behind consciousness is unclear. All I know is that it’s invisible and cannot be felt. This means it could be the collective unconscious. I realize now that we don’t borrow anything from the unconscious. Instead, we are the collective unconscious manifested in reality. I would further say that reality is just […]Read More I mean that consciousness as we know it is the active mind we usually refer to.
Now, the question is: How can we know whether it’s actually consciousness? Well, the answer lies in the nature of biology. I don’t think calling biology a construct is accurate. It’s erroneous perception.Read More Consciousness is the witness. Thus, it’s not of the material world and therefore cannot be a philosophical zombie.