I understand that evidence found in neuroscience points to the idea that consciousness, feelings, etc are all generated via biological processes within the brain.
Now, Going off the fact that by and large we humans all have the same components to our brains, frontal lob, cerebral cortex, etc. By what mechanism is individual perception determined?
In other words; why do I experience life from this body and this brain in particular when the mechanisms that are responsible for my consciousness exist within every other human?
While its true that my personality and who I am as a person is determined not only by my nature but my experiences and memories and various interactions, that doesn't exactly explain the origin of why I "see through my eyes" and not someone else's.
Sorry if I'm being vague, it's some what difficult to put into words what I'm thinking.