Author: Denyse O'Leary
Two-Headed Tortoise with Two Personalities?
Many would be surprised to learn that either head had any personality at all, and yet…
Can Red Have “Redness” if No Self Perceives It?
Is not the fact that we are having these discussions the best available evidence that we are not “just overgrown apes or undergrown apes”?
Another Philosopher Says the Unified Self Is an Illusion
In an interview, Julian Baggini asserted that, while consciousness is not an illusion, a unified self that persists through time is.
Should Spider Dreaming Really Give Us “Ethical Pause”?
The discovery of REM sleep in spiders is morphing into vast claims that we have “urgent and inexorable ethical obligations” to them and other life forms.
Researcher Says Plants May Be Conscious, Too
Paco Calvo has authored many papers in respected journals; his view is another instance of panpsychism overtaking materialism in science.