Perception, a mystery at the intersection of Physics and Biology

How can one say or verify that a subjective conscious experience of an objective real world entity is necessarily the same or different for different people? Though everyone identifies a particular wavelength of light as red(word, not conscious experience itself), It is entirely possible that different individuals might have different conscious experience for same entity and can identify it with same notation or word(red) as an interface for communication.

If we assume that different individuals necessarily have same conscious experience for the same entity, then what is it in our mind that constitutes to same experience for similar objective entities in many different individuals of evolutionary sprouts?

Perception is not possible with mind and no matter (or) with matter and no mind. Hence Perception is an emergent property from the interactions of mind and matter. Lot has been already said and discussed in physics about matter.


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