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Event Horizon of the Soul

Image credit In the Singularity article I suggested the following: The soul is a singularity and the mind is the event horizon of that singularity. In other posts I also suggested that Mind is a mechanism for causal expression. In various other posts, I made … Continue reading

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My Response to Hut-Alford-Tegmark

This is the 3rd installment of a 3 part series. The first two were: Piet Hut the Hero Physicist Hut-Alford-Tegmark Debate on Math, Matter and Mind In this piece I will comment on the Hut-Alford-Tegmark debate. For their debate Hut-Alford-Tegmark used a … Continue reading

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Witnessing Entity

In the spiritual philosophy literature we encounter the term “witnessing entity” quite often.  I made comments elsewhere implying that I am not in favor of using this term. Here I provide reasons for my objection. In the spiritual philosophy literature,  … Continue reading

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The Most Outrageous Hypothesis

Cosmic Consciousness is at the core of each entity in its entirety. I mentioned this concept in many of my essays. Over the years those essays have been read by many people in different countries but not a single reader … Continue reading

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On the fascination with zombies

What is all this fascination with zombies? Just take a look at the list of zombie movies and the list of zombie novels. Even philosophical essays!   I blame David Chalmers for this 🙂 David Chalmers is one of my favorite … Continue reading

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Immanence and Transcendence

The divine essence is both immanent and transcendent. Is this a paradox? There is a way to gain insights into this apparent paradox. Mental clarity can be found by considering the special relativity of consciousness. What is generally understood by … Continue reading

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