Do any of these arguments [epiphanies] exist in the philosophy of mind?
Consciousness is a complex structure, and it is unlikely to be realizable in just any structure, else anything big enough would be conscious, and binary data is very different from the brain: so AI without wet brains is silly. An argument that the complexity of a structure isn't enough and then disanalogy with non biological complex structures.
A patch of red exists without consciousness of it, and is red, what the only difference is, is that "I", or something else, has that experience, and that is because consciousness is about its object, that I can reflect on qualia: but the same isn't true of animal life. An explanation of qualia in terms of higher-order conscious intentionality.
Qualia depend upon me having them, which is the self identity of me: but then as I can unconsciously experience things that don't exist, so "I" am, in part, already an experience of nothing. Saying that I am just my qualia, and so exist when they don't have any Being, e.g. when asleep.