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The radio metaphor explanation in the description of reality and subjectivity. The reality just as it could be
Manu Herrán

Apparently, we are all different kind of people who get born and die. However, it would be more logical to think that we are all only one being who lives forever. Let´s see the radio metaphor. Versión en español In the 80s and through the BBS (before the internet) I run into a document that seemed to have been written by a madman. Among other t...


Patterns, coherence, and the strange spaces of sentiocentrism
Manu Herrán

‘The Universe’s instantaneous self-destruction button’, ‘to anesthetize and assassinate’ or ‘The undiscovered infidelity’ are all explained ignoring the existence of individuals in the habitual sense of the word. Versión en español I'll define "conventional sentiocentrism" as the the moral position that considers that the ability to feel is th...


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    Symmetry between emergentism and immersionism
Manu Herrán

Emergentism and immersionism are two symmetrical metaphysical approaches to describe reality. In the emergentist approach "material things" (materials), grouped in a certain way, generate individuality (the self). Additionally, the individual experiences the existence of "experiential things", such as the feeling of cold or love, but this "expe...


Asymmetry between pleasure and pain
Manu Herrán

I think there is no significant difference between the reasons why non-human animals whose future lives are going to be predictably negative do not commit suicide and the reasons why we humans do not commit suicide. The reason is the same: we were not designed to enjoy, but for the survival of our genes. Most lives, even human ones, are not wort...


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    Implications of a plausible Sentience Platonism in the prevention of suffering
Manu Herrán

Even if the probability of Sentience Platonism were extremely small, while there is a higher than zero probability, and considering that is not very clear where sentience comes from, we might think twice before disregarding this idea, because should it be true, its implications for preventing suffering would be immense. Platonism is considered a...


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    Rationalism, empiricism and phantom extremities
Manu Herrán

Versión en español publicada en el Blog de Vivelibre Apology of rationalism ... Epilepsy has historically been considered the "sacred disease" because of its connection with altered states of consciousness linked to a strong religiosity and mysticism. In Spain suffer some 400,000 people and many of us have been and seremos- witnesses of epile...


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    A short introduction to free will disillusion
Chandler Klebs

Definitions and Refutations of Free Will There are many different ways that people define "free will". This confusion over words is partly why the debate even continues. What I want to do is first give a small definition and refutation for those who are in a hurry. Quick Refutation The average person who has never read any philosophy about fr...


Stuff that repels the attention
Manu Herrán

We can think that the opposite of catching the attention is being unnoticed, but it is not true. Versión en español Sex and violence catch the attention. The red things catch the attention. The beautiful, dangerous and different things catch the attention. We can think that the opposite of catching the attention is being unnoticed. That is wha...


What is real? The importance of point of view
Manu Herrán

In my opinion, all the scientific knowledge has been built on a false hypothesis. All. This has not proved to be a big problem because in the results obtained do not noted any difference in relation to this hypothesis. Just like what happened with the classical mechanics newtonian opposite the relativistic Einstein. But we are in a different ...


Duality and Uniqueness
Manu Herrán

Any sane person establishes a cutting distinction between every object of the Universe: I, and ‘everything else’. I am going to call this ‘Duality’. On the other hand, the Universe exists, there. And it doesn’t care at all what I think. The universe is unique, and I am going to call this ‘Uniqueness’. Obviously, there’s only one reality. The Un...






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