he Science of Consciousness is an interdisciplinary conference emphasizing broad and rigorous approaches to all aspects of the study and understanding of conscious awareness. Topical areas include neuroscience, philosophy, psychology, biology, quantum physics, meditation and altered states, machine consciousness, culture and experiential phenomenology.
I will be presenting a demo with theme:
Looking for the Meaning: Postnonclassical Approach to Consciousness Discovery
Although consciousness can be studied as an object with classical scientific methods, that possibility ends with emergence of the mind–body problem, the so-called “hard problem of consciousness” articulated by David Chalmers. Indeed, this problem is the inevitable consequence of the study of consciousness as an object.
Subjective interpretations of consciousness as a phenomenon can also be formulated, though it’s highly probable, that such formulations will remain within the limits of the qualia of the researcher.
The postnonclassical approach suggests the integrative way, (i.e., the way of self-exploration).
Schematically, the integrative way can be seen as a encounter of I/ Subject of cognition (consiousness of researcher) with Logos /Thou.
The meeting point in this case will be the Con-sciousness that arises.
In my workshop, the methodology of self-exploration will be presented. Games and Game-Mastery approach as a part of a methodology will also be introduced and will include the following:
Games with Meaning,
Games with I (Self)