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Submission Time is to space as mind is to body?

foozwak writes: Could time be the 'mind' of space, such that the passage of time is a dynamic, causality-based, emergent process akin to the cognitive processes which make up the experience of embodied consciousness?

If so, what would this mean for apparently-independent consciousnesses located within that matrix?

In other words; if space is thinking, are we its thoughts?

For more information, read the originating paper by Samuel Alexander or a recent variant such as Dorothy Emmet.

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