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|Abstract||I have looked over, as I promised, Searle's "The Mystery of Consciousness", and his attack therein on Chalmers. They come to a similar main conclusion, which, in accordance with our own position, is that consciousness is not logically or ontologically reducible to the objective aspects of nature|
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