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The world is made for consciousness for each consciousness This excerpt was found in our textbook on page 153 or on page 12 of Miguel de Unamunos The Tragic Sense of Life The grounds that I believe this quote to uphold are that of reason We are speaking of this claim upon the same grounds First of all this claim upholds the existentialist position on life in the fact that each individual in consciousness is presented the opportunity to create hisher own destiny The essence of life and choices is completely self created as stated by Unamuno To me a sense of life is an emotional world view that is shaped by us and our surroundings events that have changed us our subconscious and so on Then through maturation we mix all these emotions together and transform all of our unique and individual senses of life into one conscious state of mind There are many different ways the conscious mind can be thought of as I will be examining a few I believe that there are many people out there who are technically conscious yet they have no consciousness either they choose not to use there tool in their head or theyve been warped by social conformity Have you ever met anyone who seemed to you like a drone One of those people who wakes up to go to work and goes to bed early for work It seems to me these sort of people lose the conscious state of mind Although they are conscious people there mind never escapes the routine box to which they have conformed their mind Unamuno says If the sun possessed consciousness it would think no doubt that it lived in order to give light to the worlds as the sun is inanimate it produces light the light rays are its offspring So as far as humanity was he
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