I don't think any neuoroscientist would agree with that.loseyourname said:Neuroscientists don't concern themselves with this because they don't come to conclusions about reality based on an argument.
The existence of consciousness cannot be proved, it can only be known.They produce testable and repeatable results that can actually be seen. They may not prove anything beyond your idealistic doubt, but it's hard to see what can be proven beyond that doubt other than the reality that consciousness exists.
I don't see why. One just has to make a distinction between absolute and relative truths (between what is true and what is provable).If this is all you will accept, then you must reject all science, not just consciousness science.