Tag: consciousness

  • Can brain anatomy and function account for psychiatric conditions? – A New Vision for Mental Health

    Can brain anatomy and function account for psychiatric conditions? – A New Vision for Mental Health — Read on www.newvisionformentalhealth.com/2022/09/26/can-brain-anatomy-and-function-account-for-psychiatric-conditions/ —-Here she is going a little deeper… So good ! 👽 x

  • Rp The role of mind in neuroscience

    After failing to find anatomical or functional correlates of a variety of psychiatric conditions, Dr. Sarah Durston (neuroscientist and Professor of … The role of mind in neuroscience —— If you are not as concerned about the philosophical side and want to hear just about the biological side of mental disorder and diagnosis from the […]

  • Rp and Comment on if Can consciousness be simulated?

    David Chalmers in his book: Reality+: Virtual Worlds and the Problems of Philosophy, eventually gets around to addressing the 800-pound gorilla in … Can consciousness be simulated? —- The Two Routes version of the problem: Reality can only be encountered and negotiated. If reality arises beyond that scope, it merely verifies the truth of the initial statement […]

  • The Moment of Decisive Significance: Enlightenment and the Christ Moment

    The moment of enlightenment is only initially an awareness of being. After that moment it is an awareness of how so few are aware. The real issue of enlightenment has to do with what comes after. When we understand Christ in its proper scope, we see that ‘enlightenment’ is the attempt by the individual to […]

  • The Reposting Human Consciousness Post

    This article provides some insight on how and why the explanation of human consciousness might be the reason for a paradigm shift of science away … Human Consciousness and the end of Materialism —- He has some really good extrapolated points. I think the shorter version of what he is saying, so far as ‘the […]

  • Repost: Mark Solms’ theory of consciousness

    I recently finished Mark Solms’ new book, The Hidden Spring: A Journey to the Source of Consciousness. There were a few surprises in the book, and it… Mark Solms’ theory of consciousness —- I am posting this mostly because anything that has to do with proposals about consciousness I am interested in and I feel […]

  • Some Assumptions of Whiteness in the US

  • The Difficult Problem of Consciousness.

    David Chalmers and Sean Carroll David Chalmers and Sean Carroll — Read on better-questions-than-answers.blog/2019/02/10/david-chalmers-and-sean-carroll/ – WIKI has this about the Hard Problem. I have a difficulty being tactful and respectful in how I address arguments, and what usually happens is that I don’t get heard because people get offended, I guess. Lol. So. For a while […]

  • The Field Of Consciousness.

    “To say that “consciousness knows us” is to point to a actual ‘thing’ that is outside of knowledge. It appears to me that you are saying that knowledge knows about “things“ out there in the universe that exist separate from us (the knower/thinker) and knowledge is some sort of conduit through which this thing that […]

  • Will Self’s trip into the Bardo

    Will Self’s trip into the Bardo Will Self’s trip into the Bardo — Read on syntheticzero.net/2018/04/25/will-selfs-trip-into-the-bardo/ Excellent little venture into the alternity of alternation. Further commentary: Will Self is a pretty insightful guy. Got some great social commentary and questions. What is mostly interesting to me is the psychotropic stuff he talks about. One of the […]