Subject: Re: (More) Cool sounds from outer space!
From: Kevin Austin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Aug 03 2005 - 11:18:50 EDT
Thank you. I understand that the 'object' could (simply) be a brain
pattern that comes about through no external stimulus -- a
hallucination for example.
Having been with people experiencing psychotic and hallucinatory
experiences, the question that could be posed would be: "Is the
object the brain activity, and/or the perception-interpretation of
the brain activity."
I have aesthetic / artistic experiences in my dreams (both sleeping
and waking), and given your premise, wonder therefore where the
At 02:53 -0400 2005/08/03, Michael Gogins wrote:
>No object is ever experienced by anything other than a subject. No
>subject ever experiences anything but an object -- even the ego is
>object to the subject.
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