Our continued failure to explain just how consciousness arises from physical matter suggests that we may need to question some of the fundamental assumptions of the contemporary worldview. Where do we draw the line between creatures that are conscious and those that aren't? Me with my Russian hat, being in Germany, looking at the Japanese sector. NSW Government. More info. The new approach of Integrated Information Theory suggests that what seems to be critical is that there is not only a complex flow of information, but an integration of the information from many different processes across the brain.
Peter Nicol Russell - Wikipedia
The black is fitting, as the days of the Berlin Wall depict a very depressing atmosphere etc, [and] with Tokyo and New York it shows international influences in Berlin. I guess it reminds me of the Soviet Union somehow. Third, a monism of consciousness has no problem with so-called paranormal phenomena. There is no duality. It doesn't suddenly appear out of nowhere, as if by magic, once some particular arrangement of matter has emerged.