Consciousness as a Problem in Philosophy and Neurobiology

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Main contributor
John Searle
A main intellectual scandal today is that we do not have, in philosophy or neurobiology, a generally accepted account of consciousness. In this lecture, John Searle will offer the philosophical core of such an account, and explain the difficulties in getting a neurobiological account. Along the way, he will expose half a dozen really outrageous mistakes about consciousness.
Patten Lecture Series 
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Other: VAD3090

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