I'm not sure I understand your position in regards to properties. We both accept substance monism is the case, but some of your posts suggest that you accept that there exist 2 categories of properties: mental properties AND physical properties- that's what I believe is the case. That's what panpsychism entails.Consul wrote: ↑July 13th, 2018, 11:59 amOf course, from the point of view of physicalism, this distinction is one within the physical world. That is, it isn't a distinction between physical properties and nonphysical ones, but between non-psychophysical properties and psychophysical ones. If all mental properties are physical properties, then some physical properties are mental properties, with these being the psychophysical (or "phenophysical") ones.
But other posts suggest you believe that mental properties ARE physical properties. In which case there is only one set of properties and that mental properties ARE physical properties. In which case, I don't know whether you are a physicalist or an idealist.
I'm operating under the assumption that if physicalism, then there exist only one set of properties: physical properties. And if idealism, then there are exist only set of properties mental properties. If panpsychism, then there exist 2 sets of properties, physical properties AND mental properties.