Topic: Mind Experts

Camp: Agreement / Graeme E. Smith

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Statement : Graeme E. Smith is an amateur scientist and author doing research into Artificial Consciousness, and the histological roots to neuropsychology. At GreySmith Institute, a Virtual Institute hosted on wikiversity. He is the starter of the Consciousness is representational but partially illusary camp, that notes that the illusions created by the underlying system that supports consciousness, get in the way of defining consciousness.
He feels we have to go back past the mind-brain identity theory because phenomenal philosophy keeps getting caught up in the experience of consciousness and the illusions the brain uses to simplify control

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Statement : Graeme E. Smith is an amateur scientist and author doing research into Artificial Consciousness, and the histological roots to neuropsychology. At GreySmith Institute, a Virtual Institute hosted on wikiversity. He is the starter of the Consciousness is representational but partially illusary camp, that notes that the illusions created by the underlying system that supports consciousness, get in the way of defining consciousness.
He feels we have to go back past the mind-brain identity theory because phenomenal philosophy keeps getting caught up in the experience of consciousness and the illusions the brain uses to simplify control

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Statement : Graeme E. Smith is an amateur scientist and author doing research into Artificial Consciousness, and the histological roots to neuropsychology. He is the starter of the Consciousness is representational but partially illusary camp, that notes that the illusions created by the underlying system that supports consciousness, get in the way of defining consciousness.
He feels we have to go back past the mind-brain identity theory because phenomenal philosophy keeps getting caught up in the experience of consciousness and the illusions the brain uses to simplify control

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