Consciring: A General Theory for Subjective Communicability

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William Stephenson


A fundamental theory of communicability is proposed, covering all human communication
in its subjective mode. It is correlative to information theory and
communication in the objective mode of modern science. An equation for
functional-information is provided, equivalent in importance to that for
structural –information on which experiments in objective science are
based. The theory leads to a scientific explanation for consciousness,
or mind, and for all subjective communication.

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Stephenson, W. (2007). Consciring: A General Theory for Subjective Communicability. Operant Subjectivity, 30(3/4). Retrieved from