Category Archives: Consciousness

Reporting Crows

Many neuroscience experiments rely on reporting from humans for their results. Some theories actually argue that what is conscious is almost defined by an ability to report it. This has been limiting for research with other species. A research group … Continue reading

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World As Neural Network?

I’m interested in getting people reactions to this paper: The world as a neural network. Here’s a fragment of the abstract that omits the technical parts: We discuss a possibility that the entire universe on its most fundamental level is … Continue reading

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Origins of Qualia and Self

I have never been a fan of the so-called “hard problem” of consciousness. In part, this is probably because I never have considered myself a philosopher. While, like most people, I have some “philosophical” ideas, philosophy itself as a formal, … Continue reading

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