In article <>, cmspecht at acsu.buffalo.edu (cmspecht at acsu.buffalo.edu) writes:
>>>francis crick has respecialized (a good deal). he has a theory of
>consciousness using the visual system as a model.
>>>>On 16 May 1997, F. Frank LeFever wrote:
>>>A slip of the "pen": I meant to write that reseach in the visual
>> system was not exactly CRICK's specialty. He may have respecialized
>> enough to do interesting work in that area, but expertise in research
>> is not really the point: clarity in definitions is.
>>In "Consciousness Reconsidered" Owen Flanagan discusses in detail
the work of Crick and Koch - "Towards a Meurobiological Theory of
Consciousness" (in Seminars in the Neurosciences 2 pp263 - 275) It
is worth reading both Flanagan's comments and the original work.
Gord at homostudy.win-uk.net