The first chapter states the main thesis of the book, which is that a radical phenomenalism does the best job of fitting together what we know about space, time, and consciousness. The chapter enumerates the principal objections to radical phenomenalism, and provides an overview of the entire project. This chapter also introduces various terminological conventions, and defends the judicious use of introspection as a means of gathering information about conscious experience.
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