Category Archives: Ontology

Consciousness, matter and the self

A subject is consciousness. Without consciousness there is no experience and therefore neither an object nor a subject. What makes a subject a subject is the fact of consciousness. Continue reading

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Consciousness, ‘consciousness of…’, and the organism

In my essay, ‘The Primacy of Consciousness’, I argue that whatever world or potential material reality lies beyond its appearance in consciousness is an inferred reality. Both science and common sense assume that this reality does exist. However, the fact … Continue reading

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The Primacy of Consciousness

An essay on the composition of experience  ‘The Self, the true consciousness of Siva, shines as endless space within my Heart, as my very existence, beyond the reach of objective knowledge.’ Muruganar     Experience predicates existence   The starting … Continue reading

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