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What Does Philosophy Have to Do with Neuroscience?

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Duration: 0:12:08 | Added: 03 Apr 2017
When you examine the brain, you can learn a lot and see chemical interactions, but you cannot find anything about the first-person nature of things we experience as humans, such as colours and pain.

This talk takes an introductory look at different philosophical theories relating to this – including dualism, epiphenomenalism, identity theory and externalism
Paul Skokowski is Visiting Fellow from Stanford University.

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