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Human and Machine Consciousness

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David Gamez

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2.1. Visual representation of a bubble of perception.

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2.2. The presence of an invisible god explains regularities in the visible world.

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2.3. Colour illusion.

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2.4. Primary and secondary qualities.

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2.5. The relationship between a bubble of experience and a brain.

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2.6. Interpretation of physical objects as black boxes.

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2.7. The relationship between a bubble of experience and an invisible physical brain.

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2.8. The emergence of the concept of consciousness.

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3.1. The use of imagination to solve a scientific problem.

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3.2. Imagination cannot be used to understand the relationship between consciousness and the invisible physical world.

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3.3. Learnt association between consciously experienced brain activity and the sensation of an ice cube.

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4.1. Problem of colour inversion.

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4.2. Some of the definitions and assumptions that are required for scientific experiments on consciousness.

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4.3. The relationship between macro-and micro-scale e-causal events.

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4.4. Assumptions about the relationship between CC sets, consciousness and first-person reports.

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5.1. The measurement of an elephant’s height in a scientist’s bubble of experience.

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5.2. Theory of consciousness (c-theory).

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7.1. Information c-theory.

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8.1. Soap bubble computer.

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9.1. Testing a c-theory’s prediction about a conscious state.

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9.2. Testing a c-theory’s prediction about a physical state.

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9.3. Deduction of the conscious state of a bat.

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10.1. Modifications of a bubble of experience.

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10.2. A reliable c-theory is used to realize a desired state of consciousness.

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11.1. A reliable c-theory is used to build a MC4 machine.

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11.2. A reliable c-theory is used to deduce the consciousness of an artificial system.

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