It can be claimed that the philosophical position outlined in this book has the merit of encompassing in principle all experience. Also it has the merit of being based on the present scientific understanding of the brain. Admittedly, the philosophical adventures are at a very elementary level, but I believe that they are consistent within themselves and that the metaphysical suppositions are adequate for the conceptual developments. Such features have been conspicuously lacking in all of the materialist and behaviourist philosophies, which arbitrarily reject much of experience, and which are based on initial metaphysical assumptions, though later metaphysics is repudiated.
KeywordsConceptual Development Conscious Experience Philosophical Position Present Sickness Metaphysical Supposition
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