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However, Rosenberg's panexperientialism is different from traditional panpsychism in several important respects.
First, while traditional panpsychism says that everything has mental states, Rosenberg says that only certain things, but not limited to cognitive systems, have mental states. … while traditional panpsychism says that everything has mental states without restriction on their kind, which could in principle include beliefs, desires, emotion, and so on, Rosenberg's panexperientialism focuses only on consciousness.
Griffin substitutes panexperientialism for materialism and a doctrine of perception that bases sensory perception on a non-sensory mode of perception in order to explain both the mind-body interaction and the God-world interaction.