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vertical line Posted on Oct.31.2008 @ 07:46AM EDT by IZIZIZ
What is perception?
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vertical line "One possible extension of subjectivist thought is that conscious experience is available to all objectively perceivable substrates. Upon viewing images produced by a camera on the rocking side of an erupting volcano, one might suppose that their relative motion followed from a subjective conscious within the volcano. These properties might also be attributed to the camera or its various components as well."
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So for us, the emergence and interaction of thoughts and senses?

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