Sunday, April 29, 2018

Dennett is right about this

In chapter 14 of FBBB he said:

"We won’t have a complete science of consciousness until we can align our manifest-image identifications of mental states by their contents with scientific-image identifications of the subpersonal information structures and events that are causally responsible for generating the details of the user-illusion we take ourselves to operate in."

He's right about that except that consciousness is a empirically verified, neuroscientific reality, as Dehaene's research attests.

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