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It strikes me that it is hard to defend the position that some such subgroup exists, but that is not a problem for a discussion of the definitions of Consciousness. Consciousness qualifies one be treated as to is and death. life a second candidate for that critical function that living. If the rationalist tradition is reflected in the previous notion, then the empiricist philosophical tradition seems to be represented in the emon consciousness. What may be of central significance is the capacity for experience.