Amrita Gita [ The Song of Immortality ] by Sri Swami Sivananda

By Sri Swami Sivananda

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35 The fundamental problem for what I am calling the first version of Sellars’s Subtraction Argument is that third-person, objective considerations are not going to deliver any conclusions about the nature of subjective consciousness. 36 There do not seem to be any straightforward entailments between descriptions of the physical and behavioural facts about a person, and descriptions of their conscious states. An objective description of what is going on in a person, couched in physical or functional terms, fails to capture the essential aspect of consciousness.

E. beliefs that occur without any accompanying imagery). We can then apply this understanding to our own case. Such differences include the fact that perceptual experiences (understood in the broad sense, as containing concepts) tend to arise in certain typical ways, and are involved in learning. Normally they occur in the presence of the objects they are about, and contribute in a direct way to actions, so that the subject is able to move in appropriate ways around her environment. They tend also to be relatively independent of other beliefs.

But, clearly, if this is the way we should explicate the idea of a mode of presentation, then it could not be used to account for the distinctively visual nature of my representations. All that is involved is the addition of a potential further thought, with further conceptual representational content to add to the original content. If we interpret a mode of presentation as a means of being in principle able to identify what the thought is about, we encounter a similar difficulty. 84 We could, alternatively, interpret ‘mode of presentation’ as involving something more than a disposition to entertain further connected thoughts.

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