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Brent_Allsop replied 12 years ago (Oct 3rd 2011, 3:00:44 am)
Supporters this panexperientialism camp, It is my belief that most everyone, including the supporters of this camp, agrees that "Panexperientialism" is in agreement with the general ideas described in the [http://canonizer.com/topic.asp/88/6 "Representational Qualia Theory"] camp. Towards that end, so the survey better represents this fact, I propose moving this supportive of those ideas camp into a supportive position under that camp. I plan to do this move in the next few days, so if anyone thinks this is not right, or if you plan to object to such, please let us know here so we can understand why, and so we can discuss the possibility that we might need to fork this the camp to represent those that think it is in agreement with Representational Qualia Theory, and those that do not. Thanks Brent Allsop
Brent_Allsop replied 12 years ago (Apr 19th 2011, 8:53:26 am)
Hi Ryan, In our attempt to better understand what panexperientialism is, I wonder if I might ask how much over lap there is between what you believe and some of the competing camps. My understanding is that there is very much overlap between this and the doctrines described in the [http://canonizer.com/topic.asp/88/6 Representational Qualia Theory] camp. For example, I have heard that [http://canonizer.com/support_list.asp?nick_name_id=67 Lincoln Canon], who is currently in the [http://canonizer.com/topic.asp/88/8 Functional Property Dualism] camp and [http://canonizer.com/support_list.asp?nick_name_id=133 John Gregg] who is in the [http://canonizer.com/topic.asp/88/7 Material Property Dualism] camp consider their beliefs to be panexperiencialist. Both of those camps are supporting sub camps of the [http://canonizer.com/topic.asp/88/6 Representational Qualia Theory] camp. So I'm wondering if this camp is different in name only to the doctrines contained in the Representational Qualia Theory camp, or is there more to your differences than that? Thanks Brent Allsop