why we can ask why
|Main Entry: con·scious·ness Pronunciation: -n&s Function: noun Date: 1632 1 a : the quality or state of being aware especially of something within oneself b : the state or fact of being conscious of an external object, state, or fact c : AWARENESS; especially : concern for some social or political cause 2 : the state of being characterized by sensation, emotion, volition, and thought : MIND 3 : the totality of conscious states of an individual 4 : the normal state of conscious life <regained consciousness> 5 : the upper level of mental life of which the person is aware as contrasted with unconscious processes
man is not the only conscious animal. he does possess the highest form of consciousness though. a lot of other animals have consciousness at least to some limited degree.
when a plant turns towards the sun, that is a form of consciousness because the plant is “aware” of or at least responding to the direct of the sun.
paraphrasing a discovery channel show, neanderthal could not day dream and make tools at the same time. mankind’s consciousness is constantly expanding.
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This theory was initially proposed by scientists such as Johnjoe McFadden, Susan Pockett and E. Roy John.
it is every individual entity’s idea of what it’s philosophy is for itself- and only as it is described unto itself 20031121- everything has its own unique way of experiencing the universe and form this at least a unique perspective and interpretation. from it’s unique experience every individual entity has its very own unique idea …