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2.1 Modern Understanding of Consciousness
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Nikki Johnson
The question that Christof raises at the end of this video about the differences observed in brain hardware between conscious and unconscious action is so interesting, because it’s not nearly as clear-cut as one might reasonably expect. I’m sure he’ll be getting into the “Binding Problem” in a later section as well — how do all of the individual components processed in separate compartments of the brain come together to form what we perceive as a single stream of conscious experience in any given moment? These questions seem so simple — based upon how effortlessly they appear to be performed from our perspective, to the point where we can easily take them for granted — yet they remain some of the deepest mysteries still to be untangled.
Nikki Johnson
The question that Christof raises at the end of this video about the differences observed in brain hardware between conscious and unconscious action is so interesting, because it’s not nearly as clear-cut as one might reasonably expect. I’m sure he’ll be getting into the “Binding Problem” in a later section — how do all of the individual components processed in separate compartments of the brain come together to form what we perceive as a single stream of conscious experience? These questions seem so simple — based upon how effortlessly they appear to be performed from our perspective, to the point where we can easily take them for granted — yet they remain some of the deepest mysteries still to be untangled.
Nikki Johnson
The question that Christof raises at the end of this video about the differences observed in brain hardware between conscious and unconscious action is so interesting, because it’s not nearly as clear-cut as one might reasonably expect. I’m sure he’ll be getting into the “Binding Problem” — how do all of the individual components processed in separate compartments of the brain come together to form what we perceive as a single stream of conscious experience? These questions seem so simple — based upon how effortlessly they appear to be performed from our perspective, to the point where we can easily take them for granted — yet they remain some of the deepest mysteries still to be untangled.
Aditi Bhattacharya
If you don't have emotions, how can you fear death?
Juan Camilo Montoya Rendón
me doy cuenta de que no somos conscientes de muchas cosas. Pero creo que pueden haber partes del cerebro de las que no seamos totalmente inconscientes, pero que tal vez no sabemos interpretar debido a la limitación del lenguaje
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