Re: never determinism

From: Kenneth Van Oost (
Date: Sun Apr 15 2001 - 11:33:07 BST

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    From: Chris Taylor <>
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    Sent: Thursday, April 05, 2001 4:42 PM
    Subject: Re: never determinism
    > If you like irritation, check out Jack Sarfatti at
    > .
    You're right - that is bloody irritating. I take the point about bodies
    (and environments) being extended parts of the minds input, and
    therefore an intimate part of it btw; I guess I was just trying to smoke
    out any true quantum consciousness fans (for a fight basically).

    << Could be wrong here, though, but isn 't the assumption made above not
    a little bit moved into the direction of solipsism, and in addition to what
    Susan Greenfield has to say about the mind !?
    She stated that the environment and all what is in it, are projecteries of
    mind. Reality is our reality. Reality is my reality.
    See for more about this in the archives. My entry " A Solipsistic View on
    metics " would clear up the sky. I hope anyway.

    For reference about Susan Greenfield, look for Brain Story, it was on BBC
    Television last year.



    ( I am, because we are) real

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