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In this talk by José Luis San Miguel de Pablos and Agustín Paniker we talk about consciousness and the differences with conscience.
Difference between Consciousness and Consciousness
Consciousness refers to the state of being awake, alert and aware of oneself and one’s surroundings. It is the basic capacity of perception and knowledge possessed by living beings. For example, when we are awake, we are aware of our surroundings and our own actions and thoughts.
Consciousness, on the other hand, is often used in a broader, philosophical sense. It relates to self-awareness, reflection and understanding of oneself and the world on a deeper level. Consciousness implies a greater depth of perception and may be related to philosophical questions about mind, identity and the nature of human experience.
The difference between the two terms is often discussed in philosophical and psychological contexts, where the complexities of conscious experience and how it relates to mind and reality are explored. However, to obtain a specific perspective from José Luis San Miguel de Pablos on this difference, additional information about his work and his particular views would be necessary.
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