The Oceanic Metaphor

Consciousnesss Studies

Publisher Description

This book explores the theory of meaning equivalence, probability theory, and the virtual simulation hypothesis of consciousness. It is divided into ten “waves” of information processing and explains why religions still flourish in a scientific age, primarily because “any meaning is better than no meaning provided that such meaning makes one want to live an extra day.” Taking a decidedly evolutionary approach to how the mind-brain interface operates, this book touches on the latest research of Koch, Churchland, Edelman, Harris, and others. Includes several original films exclusively designed for this text, along with a large array of pictures and graphs.

GENRE
Science & Nature
RELEASED
2014
31 October
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
52
Pages
PUBLISHER
MSAC Philosophy Group
SELLER
David Lane
SIZE
1.1
GB

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