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  1. And who told you that the universe itself is a fragment of objective reality? )))

    At the age of 14, a Soviet student memorized a simple thing in a social science class for the rest of his life. You can look at the world in one of three ways: materialism, objective idealism, or subjective idealism (aka Solipsism, Berkleianism).�

    If you are a materialist, then the universe is an objective reality, and consciousness is the way it is perceived.

    If you are an objective idealist, then the universe is a collective hallucination of 8 billion people. inhabitants of the Earth.

    If you are a subjective idealist, then the universe is your individual hallucination.

    The degradation of secondary education over the past 30 years has led to the fact that even such simple questions for young people are difficult…)

  2. Man is essentially a question. The question he asks himself and the universe around him. The universe is the totality of everything that exists in Nature, of which man himself is a part. Consciousness is not generated by the brain, it is not localized in the person and is not fixed in time. Consciousness is eternal!!! With respect.

  3. Consciousness – the world of ideas, is always opposed to the material world. The material world is an objective reality, consciousness is its opposite, reflection. We can't say that the world is made up of consciousness, but it is made up of matter. Rather, consciousness is a property of matter, i.e. a universal mechanism of reflection, informational interaction with objective reality.

    Consciousness is a process, as long as there is a process, there is consciousness, like an electric current, as long as there is a current, the light bulb is on, there is no current, the light bulb is out.

  4. Consciousness as processes in the brain is part of objective reality. The physical is causally closed, and in the case of consciousness, the connection between the impact on the senses and human behavior is just as continuously physical.
    This, however, should not be interpreted in the sense that if I fantasize about a house, then this house exists on some stage only open to me, just as the house is real. Things in consciousness are not physical things. In my imagination, I can imagine that a stone falls to the ground: but the imaginary earth does not have gravity, the trajectory of the stone in my imagination is not due to some properties of this stone, as in the case of a real physical object
    Nevertheless, thoughts and fantasies are embodied in brain processes, these processes are an objective reality

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