Consciousness in terms of neuroscience websites?
kpaulc at earthlink.net
Thu Jan 13 17:41:40 EST 2000
i've just checked out the U-Arizona 'consciousness' web site.
they're offering an online 'course'.
it's 'hilarious'... 'they' are working to do the same thing to
'Consciousness' studies that 'they' did to Physics... 'hiding' it in
'seriously-'mathematical'-looking B. S. stacked so high that folks
cannot see Truth.
i, hereby, Issue Formal Challenge to the folks in 'consciousness'
studies at U Arizona:
i've resolved Consciousness.
allow me to Demonstrate such, in Public Session.
K. P. Collins
kenneth Collins wrote:
> i've not yet gone there myself, but see also:
> K. P. Collins
> Al Chase wrote:
> > Try
> > http://www.klab.caltech.edu/~koch/crick-koch-cc-97.html
> > An excellent article with a minimum of technical terms. Also a good
> > bibliography. See if you can get the material at a local library or
> > have it transferred via some library loan operation.
> > BTW: What do you have against defecting to science?
> > Al
> > "Lee Wilson" <Lee at prynn.freeserve.co.uk> wrote:
> > >Are there any websites that discuss consciousness, neuro-science-style? I've
> > >got a humanities background and am trying to catch up on the science side of
> > >things, also - NOT with a view to a dissatisfied defection, I might add -
> > >and this is one of the topics that interests me. Ideally there would be a
> > >minimum of jargon and the site would be well-written by an authority, rather
> > >than a dope-addled student (pardon my cynicism). And yes, I know I could get
> > >a book, but I'm not so wealthy. Many thanks in advance for any responses.
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