Topic: 1229 Years After Titanic

Camp: Agreement / Read 1229 / Agree With Philosophy

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Statement : The thought experiments Brent discusses in the story are very well conceptualised. We do not agree with the type of craziness which leads one to assert that consciousness is not real, and we agree that if it is possible to pin down the physical basis of consciousness well enough it might be possible to induce particular experiences at will, thus "effing the ineffable".

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Statement : I intuitively agree with everything Brent discusses in the story: it's just as I imagine it would be, and very well described. I have never gone for the type of craziness which leads one to assert that consciousness is not real, and I agree that if we pin down the physical basis of consciousness well enough we might be able to induce particular experiences at will, thus "effing the ineffable".

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