Sentience platonism

I’ll call sentience platonism the idea that experiences exist by themselves, regardless of sentient beings who experience them. Simplifying, this would be, in some way, like saying that the total sentience of the universe remains constant. Even if the probability of sentience platonism were very small, while there is a higher than zero probability, we might think twice before disregarding it, because the implications on prevent suffering would be immense.

Keep reading:

https://www.academia.edu/30182614/Sentience_Platonism

 

Posted by Manu Herrán

Research associate at the Organisation for the Prevention of Intense Suffering (OPIS).

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