To be clearer about why I say we are dealing in semantics - our brain does not
think in words. It thinks in concepts / images / feelings. From there, our subconscious looks for the closest word that approximates what our brain is conceiving. For complicated, subjective concepts, words rarely capture with absolute accuracy our concept...which is why we have to spend a lot of time trying
to accurately explain them (and why we sometimes struggle for words)
Our explanation we can try to encapsulate into one or two words like awareness and consciousness
A different person comes up with a differing explanation that they can try to encapsulate into one or two words, like awareness and consciouscness.
In these circumstances, if the underlying explanation differs, then it is a mistake to think we are talking about the same thing when we use the words awareness and consciousness.
Once you have differing underlying explanations, then you will apply them differently to a 'logic' argument / structure.
Because of this 'I'm right' semantic discussions are not interesting (as the person holding the 'I'm right' position doesn't understand the issue with them believing they are 'right')
But once again, if it works for you, then that is a good thing for you.