|Abstract||B Chandrasekaran writes: It appears that there are three realms: the realm of matter, the realm of representations, and the realm of qualia/intentions/consciousness, not just two: matter and consciousness. I like this distinction, although I think there might more naturally be four realms to distinguish.|
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