It might help if the Pharisee put his cards on the table, and said, once, if not for all, what he believes:
- There are necessary epistemological limits to any finite being
- There are no distinct inner and outer realms of existence
- Most attempts to understand minds/consciousness/experience (MCE) start with the world and try to derive MCE from it. This is perverse.
- The CSP starts with experience and seeks to derive the world
- Language is intersubjectively constituted. Being linguistic, we interpret the world we meet using linguistic concepts. The world is thus largely collectively constituted. We are also collectively constituted.
- Autonomy lies in the eye of (some other) beholder
- The passage of time is a curious feature of human experience. It is not objectively real in any sense.
- In experience, subject and object are not separable entities.
- Any useful or satisfying notion of self is not co-extensive with a singular locus of temporally unfolding experience.
- Agency is a descriptive trick, that can never lead to a closed model.
- The use of personal pronouns is tricky.