Panpsychism: Ubiquitous Sentience

High Existence 1 (2018)
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This public article presents three arguments for the plausibility of panpsychism: the view that sentience is a fundamental and ubiquitous element of actuality. Thereafter is presented a brief exploration of why panpsychism has been spurned. The article was commissioned by High Existence. – Introduction – 1. The Genetic Argument – 2. The Abstraction Argument – 3. The Inferential Argument – Why Panpsychism is Spurned – End Remarks

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Peter Sjöstedt-Hughes
University of Exeter (PhD)


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