I was reading Stanford Encyclopedia's article on consciousness and the problem

I was reading Stanford Encyclopedia's article on consciousness and the problem

I was reading Stanford Encyclopedia's article on consciousness and the problem of "what it is like" to be a bat. I believe that there is something that it is like to be a bat, but I guess there is nothing that it is like to be a bacterium, an amoeba or even a worm or a flea. What do you think an organism has to have so that there is something that it is like to be it? Where's the divide between fleas and bats?

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