I think you get a picture of my views if you read this:EventHorizon wrote: ↑January 6th, 2019, 1:09 pmI did want to ask if you consider reality to be dualistic or non-dualistic and the effect of each on Conciousness after death, in context with the impossibility of non-being. I think I read that you consider open-individualism, but I am unsure what this might mean if something like panpsychism is true.
and google 'generic subjective continuity', then combine all that with the idea of open-individualism. My problem is that I am lazy to read others' texts, so I am not sure if my views are similar or not. As to dualism, I think there is no conceptual bridge between consciousness and the material world, which is the world of noumena, or "in-itselfs". They are interdependent, though, as you said. I do not think panpsychism can be taken seriously.
I think these thoughts are not very popular in academic circles, which can also be seen from the responses on this forum. We are dissidents. There is a lot of elementary misunderstanding concerning the whole idea, especially among materialists.Furthermore, how do you see these views being developed/corroborated by the academic sphere? I don't trust that I am more well versed in rigorous thinking than those that devote their lives to it.