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Only If The Consciousness Is The Original Mover, I Suppose

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Posted by Mario Dovalina on June 18, 2002 05:49:03 UTC

" If the conscious mind can cause them (voltage differences) then is it not an active force in nature (able to impart motion on matter)?"

I like stuff like this. It forces you to relegate consciousness to one of two places: either it's caused by simple natural causes like everything else (in this case a human's consciousness is no more special than a river forming a canyon: it's simply cause and effect) or there is something fundamentally special and different about life that allows it genuine free will: that is, an action can take place with no predictable cause. Personally I take the naturalistic standpoint.

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