No. On my view you’d have to read my paper. I started off here by criticising your approach: “all of nature is qualitative”—e.g dung is qualitative. My experience of it (namely how I might describe its pungent nastiness) being v different to a beetle’s has nothing to do with its quality. I need to fine a new word for what I thought qualitative meantPharoah, as I understand it, you’re approach hinges on the notion that the qualitative nature of experience is causes by non-qualitative, spacial relations of brain/body processes.
I don’t share that notion.
Rather I believe that all of nature is qualitative and that brain/body processes are the way in which nature becomes self-aware.