SSE Talks – Phenomenology of Intent 1/2


Intent and the Process of Becoming Conscious: A Phenomenological View


Peter Moddel argues that, although it seems reasonable to assume the world exists independently of our witnessing it, there is reason to suggest the contrary. Concept creation is how we bring things to consciousness and think about them. But concepts are formed in the mind and therefore all we know about the world is, to some degree, a mind creation.

About the Author(s):

Peter Moddel lives in Fribourg, Switzerland.

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Published on April 15, 2009