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Yet More On Consciousness

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Posted by Paul R. Martin on June 24, 2001 00:28:27 UTC

Hi Mario,

>>>taking a weekly paycheck and multiplying it by 52 to find an annual salary requires a kind of cognitive skill not found in nature very often.>The inherent problem here is this: Is it possible to objectively investigate subjective phenomena? I don't know.>Where is this mysterious force?>Though we cannot describe the sensation of pain, we can descibe the process.>If there is an external [agent] resulting in consciousness, wouldn't you expect the human brain to be lacking in the physical functions needed to produce consciousness independently?>>If a soul does exist, it seems to have made its life mission never to be found. Same goes for God.

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