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Consciousness is a word often used in everyday speech to describe being awake and aware – responsive to the environment, in contrast to being asleep or in a coma. In philosophical and scientific discussion however, the term...
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here, consciousness cognizes or is aware of its specific sense base (including ... In Buddhism, consciousness (viññāṇa) is one of the five classically defined ...
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Read an essay on Consciousness as the basic reality, more basic than spacetime, ... He provocatively proposes that consciousness is an irreducible feature of ...
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The contents of consciousness include the perceptual world; inner speech and ... Modern philosophers typically discuss consciousness from a subjective perspective. ...
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In its widest sense it includes all sensations, thoughts, feelings, and volitions, in fact the ... Consciousness in the wide sense has come to be recognized ...
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Toward a Science of Consciousness 2009. Photos ... Consciousness in Copenhagen. Picture Slide Show by Robert van Gulick. On Campus: ...
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One may ask: "How much closer are we in moving toward a science of consciousness? ... We do not yet understand consciousness, but it is fair to say that, at the very ...
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Rather than talk about what consciousness is, I'll tell you there are two ... Determining consciousness can only be done by the entity doing the testing. ...
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Describes four levels of consciousness in Yoga, and three dimensions of Yoga in which those levels of consciousness become manifest
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10 Can You Computerize Consciousness? 11 Godel: The End of Knowledge? ... 1. WHENCE HUMAN CONSCIOUSNESS? ... Consciousness and mind were thus seen in the light ...
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CONSCIOUSNESS ... What is the nature of Consciousness? ... What kinds of creatures have consciousness? ...
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