Upcoming Discussion/Topic

From: Lori
Sent on: Friday, March 12, 2010 6:03 PM
Hello all explorers,
 
Philip Bitar has proposed a meeting with topic and format indicated below, and I'd like to see who's interested. We'll decide where and when to have the meeting in order to suit the people who are interested. We'll try to locate the meeting in the Seattle area in order to minimize driving for most people.
 
If only a few people are interested, and all people have photos posted and info about themselves, maybe one of them will be willing to open their home. Otherwise, we could meet at a library and afterward move to a nearby restaurant for a social time.
 
Please let me know by March 20 if you're interested so that we can proceed in planning this event.
Looking forward to hearing from you!
 
Lori
Science of Mind Organizer
 
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TOPIC: Why is the mind-body problem a bogus problem that is easily resolved?

Related topics (as per group interest)

Why does consciousness seem mysterious?
Are we responsible for our decisions?
What is my personal identity?
Are computers conscious?
Could we create a conscious creature?

Format

Facilitated discussion led by Philip Bitar. Philip will stimulate discussion with questions, and he will present his own theory in this context. After earning a doctorate in computer science from U. C. Berkeley, Philip spent[masked] developing a comprehensive theory of human life with the rigor of an engineer. Please visit www.philipbitar.com for more info on this theory.

 

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