CONSCIOUSNESS BETWEEN LIFE AND DEATH: PHENOMENOLOGICAL AND EPISTEMOLOGICAL ASPECTS
Authors: R.I. BILOBRYVKA
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Aim. To demonstrate that life is eternal and consists of
halfbirths and death.
Methods. Phenomenological analysis of modern and ancient
Results. Consciousness cannot be interpreted as a
physiological process of the brain, since it is impossible to reduce human activity to anatomy and physiology. One of the most significant determinants of life in every self-conscious being is death. According to Heraclitus "The Strength of Mind is outside the body." In the opinion of the contemporary
philosopher A. Maneev, a structure that generate ideas is a biological field, "field formation of biosystem." Thereafter, all lifetime experiences of a person, everything that happens to him or her, is fixed in a biofield and stored in the form of original
holograms. This is how the Eastern Tradition understands
Death: it is a decomposition, which is possible only for
things that are a result of composition, and a soul is not a result of composition, it is alone, separated from mind and body, so it cannot be decomposed, it cannot die. According to Nobel laureate J. Eccles, the output reality in my perception of myself cannot be identified with brain, neurons... ... I cannot believe the experience of consciousness doesn't have another
elongation... ... in any case, I claim a possibility of future being that cannot be rejected on a scientific basis. The subject of immortality of the soul permeates all Christian doctrine. We can also find a belief in the afterlife, the possibility of achieving
immortality, in all nations, at all times. In particular, it is written in the Tibetan and Egyptian Books of Death. The ancients shared the same opinions, including Buddha, Plato, Descartes, Leibniz, Spinoza, Pythagoras, Heraclitus, and Aristotle.
Nevertheless, to consider death, life, and birth, we assume that we live in a dual world, where all the phenomena and things have their opposites, and the transition in the opposite occurs through a point called "zero", or what is standing between them. Thus in the case of our three, the opposites are birth and death, and life is that uniting zero, the edges of
which are birth and death, so that life is continuous,
Conclusions. Life is eternal and manifests in our
consciousness in the form of birth and death; we are coming into the world and dying every moment.
Keywords: life, birth, death