Dale S. Wright

‘No amount of brain research has given us access to consciousness as it manifests internally to each one of us. In fact, knowing everything that we know about the brain would never lead us to posit consciousness as its product if we were not simultaneously aware of consciousness from the inside of experience. Scientists can test and analyze evidence of consciousness in many ways, but can never see consciousness itself from the outsie. The gap between internal and external views of consciousness is, at least so far, an unbridgeable one.’ (The Six Perfections)

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