Re: [-empyre-] free will and determinism

I also want to point out in relation to your quotes, Tobias, that - re:
people like Schutz and Husserl, consciousness itself isn't linear, but
multiply-layered, compacted; the presence is presencing. Think of driving
and 'forgetting' what one is doing - and finding oneself further along the
road - it's not just paralleling, but it's layered shifting, each
inextricably-woven element of which is spread in space-time. This is
similar to quantum superimposition, and occurs when organisms think - an
example comes from color vision theory in which 'gestural' logics replace
classical distributive logics, vis-a-vis the active processing of the
eye's mind and the mind's eye.

- Alan
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