Open Access Research Article

Communication of the “Objective Reality” as Signal to the Senses in Orchestrated Non-Reductive way

AK Mukhopadhyay*

Professor of Pathology, North DMC Medical College, India

Corresponding Author

Received Date: June 02, 2019;  Published Date: July 16, 2019


Consciousness cannot be articulated. In the unconditional state it is inexpressible. However, this Transcendental Reality could be naturalized internally by the human brain, which has been evolutionarily primed to do this. On the other side, externally, this has been a spontaneous happening in nature. Two pathways meet, although over a long time gap, at the sensory apparatus as “perception” of the experience of the Objective Reality (OR). This paper describes the steps in this process with involvement of four primary operations. From ontological point of view the author identifies the operators as consciousness, self, life, mind and information working together with the brain and shows that they form an orchestra which has been traditionally called psyche, which acts as inter-phase between brain-bound and brain-independent consciousness. From epistemological point of view the operations, labeled bottom up as operation I, II, III and IV which although occur in both inside the brain and in the external world, get more emphasis in the description of happenings in the external world. They seem to form a systems of orchestrated communication of the Objective Reality in a non-reductive way to the senses as signal. In this communication, Consciousness remains the First, Mind and its operation is the Final common path, and the Signal signifies the closure of causal drainage at the level of the matter.

Keywords: Brain-independent consciousness; Objective Reality; Psyche as inter-phase; Cognitive orchestra; Layers in between patterns of neuronal signal and consciousness; Working definitions of consciousness; Attitude; ZPE state of Brain

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