This changes everything
The debate over panpsychism has only got hotter in the past few years, not only in Nautilus, of course, but in articles and books. In this mini-issue we head back into the debate with new perspectives on panpsychism, which don’t solve the hard problem, but do inch close to the heart of matter.The Forest Spirits of Today Are Computers: We’ve made an artificially panpsychic world, where technology and nature are one, by George Musser
Consciousness Isn’t Self-Centered: Think of consciousness like spacetime—a fundamental field that’s everywhere, by Anaka Harris
This issue also includes contributions by Kevin Berger, Brian Gallagher, and Hedda Hassel Mørch.