Panexperientialism? what do you think

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What do you guys think of this view of the world, it is very intriguing indeed but also very out there.
 

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Please read the Philosophy guidelines at the top of the forum and set up a proper discussion in a new thread.

In general, one should attempt to flesh out questions and arguments in the philosophy forums adequately enough that readers will have a good understanding of the problem, the backdrop against which it resides, and the justification of one's perspective. This might include

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