Premise 0: A minimal conscious experience cannot be decomposed.
Premise 1: A minimal conscious experience is produced by a physical process taking some time.
Premise 2: Two identical physical states can have a different past.
A) From 0, 1 and 2: No present state of a physical system is alone sufficient to determine a minimal conscious experience.
B) From A: The minimal conscious experience depends on what happened in the past.
C) From premise 2 and A: Two identical physical states can be implicated in different minimal conscious experiences.
Edited by CLains at 18:33 CDT, 1 April 2012 - 11363 Hits