In this following context, how should I assume the concept of 'a perfect non-entity'
Is it 'non-consciousness' or 'non-existence' or 'non- perception' or 'non- ego'?
I think it refers to 'non-perception' according to this passage. But I'm not sure what should be taken here.
let me know your idea.
When my perceptions are removed for any time, as by sound sleep; so long am I insensible of myself, and may truly be said not to exist. And were all my perceptions removed by death, and could I neither think, nor feel, nor see, nor love, nor hate after the dissolution of my body, I Shou’d be entirely annihilated, nor do I conceive what is farther requisite to make me a perfect non-entity
Source: BUNDLE THEORY OF THE SELF: Unit 2: Metaphysics by David Hume