organize and structure the key elements of an ontology in which the moment of experience is embodied in a universe of consciousness:

Very interesting; when I asked it to do an real ontology and not a fictional ontology of the “moment of experience”, (in Roman number just because I could), it added a top section involving “dualism, materialism, emergence” – themes I’ve seen repeatedly when in this area, showing its humanist assumption but at least here it’s being open about it – and for western science, it’s an assumed stance. Good to see its openness here.
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organize and structure the key elements of an ontology in which the moment of experience is embodied in a universe of consciousness:

I. The nature of consciousness
I. The role of the body and its sensory and motor abilities in consciousness
a. Perception
b. Attention
c. Emotion regulation
II. The relationship between consciousness and the body
a. The mind-body problem
b. Dualism
c. Materialism
d. Emergence
III. The nature of subjective experience
a. Qualia
b. The hard problem of consciousness

II. The nature of the universe
I. The interconnectedness of all things
a. The divine or ultimate reality
b. Panentheism
c. Animism
II. The nature of physical matter
a. Panpsychism
b. The relationship between consciousness and physical matter

III. The role of the moment of experience
I. The body as a source of knowledge
a. Embodied cognition
b. The role of sensory and motor abilities in knowledge and understanding
II. The body as a medium for expression
a. Artistic and creative practices
b. The role of the body in spiritual practices
III. The role of attention and emotion regulation in the moment of experience
a. Selective attention
b. Automatic attention
c. Emotion regulation strategies

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