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3:31 PM
So I've got a personal philosophy question I've been puzzling over for some time. Obviously I can't ask it on the site, but I'm tempted to post it in here. I've been playing with a philosophical model of everything where one starts with panpsychism, and then restricts consciousness within that model until it models the philosophical viewpoint you want to arrive at.
For example, the most commonly used sense of dualism might be constructed from panspychism by restricting the consciousness of inanimate materials to 0.
Mathematically, this would be called embedding the philosophical viewpoint into this panpsychist model.
In doing so, I inherently make pansychism a sort of upper bound, because everything must be embedded in it. Does anyone who meanders through these chatrooms know of a philsophical viewpoint that cannot be embedded in panpsychism (i.e. cannot be a restricted set of behaviors within a panpsychism derived universe)?
 

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