The Hard Problem of Consciousness Has an Easy Part We Can Solve - Facts So Romantic

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What might its relationship to matter be? And why are some things conscious while others apparently aren't? These sorts of questions, taken together, make up what's called the "hard problem" of consciousness, coined some years ago by the philosopher David Chalmers. There is no widely accepted solution to this. But, fortunately, we can break the problem down: If we can tackle what you might call the easy part of the hard problem, then we might make some progress in solving the remaining hard part.

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