Philosophy of Mind
Professor Marc Hauser explains that philosophy of mind is a branch of philosophy that is concerned with the nature of consciousness.
Philosophy of Mind is a part of philosophy that is engaged with aspects of how we think, that navigates in a space of thinking about things like consciousness - what does it mean to be conscious, are we the only species that is conscious, what is it to have a belief, to intend things, and to have goals?
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Professor Karim Nader explains that different brain regions are responsible for different types of memory. The hippocampus mediates conscious memory.
Professor Marc Hauser defines cognition as a way of processing information about the world. He includes emotion as a cognitive process.
11722. "Holds Capitalism Bars Eugenic Goal," New York Times (8/24/1932), review of H.J. Muller's paper at the Third International Eugenics Congress
"Holds Capitalism Bars Eugenic Goal," New York Times (8/24/1932), review of H.J. Muller's paper at the Third International Eugenics Congress
Professor Marc Hauser discusses the differences and similarities between humans and primates in terms of language ability.
10807. "Summary of the round table conference held at the New York Academy of Medicine," about the eugenical implications on medical work (3)
"Summary of the round table conference held at the New York Academy of Medicine," about the eugenical implications on medical work (3)
A neurobiologist and a philosopher adapt the perspectives of their disciplines to develop a uniﬁed account of morality.
Bridging the gap between descriptions of human behaviors and underlying neural events has been a dream of both psychologists and neuroscientists for quite some time.
Professor Marc Hauser defines language as an internal process that involves ways of manipulating symbols. It is qualitatively different to "communication."
Book reviews of White America by Ernest S. Cox (1)