Subject: With regards to consciousness, what does science have to say to monism?
Date: Mon Aug 31 06:41:23 2009
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Area of science: Neuroscience
As a philosophical position, what validity would it have? Ie, with regards to consciousness and the human
mind as opposed to matter and energy?
Could one say that the universe is one thing, or is there a duality between consciousness and matter?
What have scientific findings to tell us on this so far?
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