Journal article

Dual aspect science

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Journal of Consciousness Studies | Imprint Academic | Published : 2009

Abstract

Our chronically impoverished explanatory capacity in respect of P-consciousness is highly suggestive of a problem with science itself, rather than its lack of acquisition of some particular knowledge. The hidden assumption built into science is that science itself is a completed human behaviour. Removal of this assumption is achieved through a simple revision to our science model which is constructed, outlined and named 'dual aspect science'(DAS). It is constructed with reference to existing science being 'single aspect science'. DAS is consistent with and predictive of the very explanatory poverty that generated it and is simultaneously a seamless upgrade; no existing law of nature is alter..

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