The Interpreted World

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  1. Lyle Daggett
    Lyle Daggett April 1, 2011 at 2:22 am .

    I think the way I would put it is that the brain organizes a coherent <i>perception</i> of reality. And it may be that, in the largest sense, the &quot;reality&quot; that our brains perceive isn&#39;t really there (wherever &quot;there&quot; is), or not in any absolute sense.<br /><br />I would say, though, that since we ourselves are a part of the reality our brains perceive (or at least we

  2. Ed Baker
    Ed Baker March 31, 2011 at 5:38 pm .

    yeah<br /><br />I hate it when I or thou or them <br />impose a will-full theory on natural<br />practice<br /><br />it just strikes me as contrapuntal to The Calculus<br />&amp;<br />any sinusoidal wave-length theory mathematically<br />defined?<br /><br />tricks and gimmicks best left with magicians&#39;<br />smoke-and-mirrors

  3. Conrad DiDiodato
    Conrad DiDiodato March 31, 2011 at 4:28 pm .

    Joseph,<br /><br />that&#39;s still a hot topic in philosophy: particularly in &#39;identity theory&#39;. Where does the &quot;I&quot; (the coordinator of experience) reside? Dennett&#39;s book on consciousness tries awfully hard, for example, to debunk the Cartesian theatre idea but even at his best, and most elegant, there&#39;s no shaking off the idea that reality is the &quot;creation of a

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