The last couple of weeks or even months, I'm thinking a lot about consciousness. I have some ideas I would really like to discuss with some open minded, philosophical people. And in the search for what to start with I thought this would be a good idea.
Looking forward to your answers.
Since it isn't clear what I mean by consciousness. Which isn't really a suprise as there is no concrete definition yet.
I contemplate that consciousness is us being aware of being and able to think phylosophically and decide on our actions and thoughts. Which is not to say, other animals couldn't do that. I just think they don't do, yet. From what I observed and read until now, it is totally possible, and I think likely, that all actions animals take are instinct or sub-conscious. Meaning, they aren't able to decide. Altough it may look like it sometimes.
I accepted Slup's answer. Because, in the end SE is still a Q&A site. I love all your answers, they give a nice, wide perspective. Slup's just rings with me the most.
Thank you everyone