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Date Posted: 10:40
Author: Eponymous - 25 Jan 2002
Subject: How About This?
In reply to: Eponymous - 19 Jan 2002 's message, "No Brain = No Mind" on 06:19

Ketch, Cowboy, Anonymous, Thomas (if you are checking in):

I will readily concede a point that you all seem to want to argue for, namely, that it is impossible to prove that an anesthetic of the relevant class and of appropriate dosage and assiduously administered will suppress individual conscious awareness in every case.

In other words: No one can prove that anesthesia completely suppresses consciousness 100% of the time.


My question to you is: Will any of you concede that there has been at least one case, one case, in the history of the world, where the administration of anesthesia suppressed conscious awareness?

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