This book argues against neurophilosophy's virtual equation of consciousness and the world. Part I identifies scientific grounds for a real world outside consciousness and self-refutational flaws in quantum physics; Part II explores why consciousness cannot be electrical in origin, and how partibility and subjectivity evince reasons for accepting immortal consciousness.
Robert Geis has previously published philosophical and theological works on personal immortality, sexual ethics, and papal infallibility. He is a Prelate Protocyncellus in the Eastern Orthodox Catholic rite.
Chapter 1 Preface Part 2 I. More Than Consciousness Chapter 3 Quantum Theory and Realities of Distinction Chapter 4 Methodology Chapter 5 Consciousness Chapter 6 Other Chapter 7 Color and Objectification Chapter 8 The Extralinguistic Object Part 9 II. Consciousness Immortal Chapter 10 Disintegration and Partibility Chapter 11 Death and Purpose Chapter 12 Indivisible Sensation and "Zombie" Theory Chapter 13 Coherence, Percept, Qualia Chapter 14 Other Difficulties for Neurophilosophy Chapter 15 Conceptualization, Memory, Immateriality Chapter 16 Anecdotal or Evidential? Chapter 17 Sentient Immortality Chapter 18 Another World Chapter 19 Notes Chapter 20 Index Chapter 21 About the Author