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Consciousness transiently fades away during deep sleep, more stably under anesthesia, and sometimes permanently due to brain injury. The development of an index to quantify the level of consciousness across these different states is regarded as a key problem both in basic and clinical neuroscience. We argue that this problem is ill-defined since such an index would not exhaust all the relevant information about a given state of consciousness. While the level of consciousness can be taken todoi:10.1371/journal.pcbi.1009139 pmid:34314430 pmcid:PMC8315553 fatcat:22ktesiesvdlxaqahpxhnmzuwy