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Comment 10 (to C9, Patlavskiy)

 

 

EXEMPLARS OF CONSCIOUSNESS

by Joseph S. Johnson

25 August 2008, posted 30 August 2008

 

 

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[SP] {6}

If it is stated that the total number of the (exemplars of) consciousness in the Universe is limited and conserves (see TA108 C3), does not it already mean that we DO NOT "describe our experience of objective relationships within closed, isolated physical systems, rather than to cosmos as a whole"? Informationism presumes that the same natural law governs as the "whole cosmic process", so the whole "machinery" of consciousness.

 

[JJ]

What establishes the limit or number of exemplars of consciousness in the Universe? What is their origin/destiny?

 

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