From Varela’s essay after his liver transplant:

> Given that the scientific tradition has construed the natural as
> the objective, and thus has made it impossible to see the seamless
> unity between the natural and the phenomenal by making sure they
> are kept apart, no ‘bridging’ or ‘putting together’ would do the
> work. The only way is to mobilize here a re-examination of the very
> basis of modern science. But this gets, all of a sudden, too
> ambitious.

> This defies the habitual move to see mind and consciousness as
> inside the head/brain, instead of inseparably enfolded with the
> experience of others

There’s lots more there I don’t yet follow.