Yes and no, as in technically no but the machinations of the “agents” effectively produce said result. [quote=“Paul_Thinks, post:60, topic:111549”]
How do you account for immediate subjective experience then?
Please clarify[quote=“Paul_Thinks, post:60, topic:111549”]
Surely you can’t deny that there is something that it feels like to be you, you experience the colour blue for example.
The brain being composed of multiple entities does not conflict with this, their concert produces consciousness which is what I think you are getting at.[quote=“Paul_Thinks, post:60, topic:111549”]
that consciousness is a bunch of smaller parts that we objectively observe - doesn’t account for that subjective experience.
The video above shows however when separated that 2 distinct individuals with missing capacities emerge(ie one can’t speak) . Your subjective experience is merely a product of the concerts conception of the environment, a stream of what it knows, there are many parts however that influence the consciousness that the consciousness cannot effect itself, ie agents that do not work directly with the concious producing elements