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Is consciousness computation? (# 40)

Brain Grey Matter

Most neuroscientists believe that consciousness originates in the cortex of the brain. Somehow, consciousness generates a sense of self. Since the 1990s, Professor Solms has been uncovering evidence that suggests the mainstream view of consciousness may not be correct. He proposes an alternative hypothesis, namely that the sense of self arises in the brainstem, specifically the…

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Michael Dalton

Michael Dalton

Curious about big questions. Could there be a logical explanation for the origin of the universe? Does life have a purpose? Can we acquire psychic abilities?

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