Kuttner and Rosenblum failed to "objectify" consciousness

Journal of Mind and Behavior 27 (2):167-176 (2006)

Kuttner and Rosenblum's presentation of the "only objective evidence for consciousness" is criticized for not adequately defining consciousness , not providing at the outset an explanation of the philosophical-theoretical interpretation of quantum theory that would lead to a direct rationale for their "impossible" quantum experiments, and suggesting that data from their impossible experiments could be treated as non-theoretical "facts." It is concluded that Kuttner and Rosenblum fail to objectify consciousness
Keywords *Consciousness States  *Empirical Methods  Archetypes  Neurons  Physics
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