Argument — Headless Now — Prose Poem — Moca McCarty Photo


the argument is usually of the origin of consciousness as well as its lasting value after death of an individual — are we consciousness beings of a limited span of existence, consisting of an arrangement of material that somehow gives rise to our awareness of the world? Or does consciousness precede our particular lifespan, with the universe itself being the basis of our awareness and one true existence? It’s a valid argument of the…



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