We could, just as is the case with the electrocardiogram for pathologies of the heart, find an objective research method for pathological changes in the activities of the central nervous system, which would be of the greatest significance for diagnostics
Carlo Ierna writes about …
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Gentlemen, we can rebuild him. We have the technology. We have the capability to make the world’s first bionic man. Steve Austin will be that man. Better than he was before. Better…stronger…faster!
New discoveries, new technologies, new social arrangements in the external world erupt into our lives in the form of increased turnover rates.
They set the stage for that potentially devastating social illness—future shock.
Rather than speak of a group mind, it may thus be more appropriate to consider a beehive as a special kind of singular mind, albeit one that is spatially distributed over many (insect) bodies.
Our common-sense conception of psychological phenomena constitutes a radically false theory, a theory so fundamentally defective that both the principles and the ontology of that theory will eventually be displaced, rather than smoothly reduced, by completed neuroscience.
We have heretofore confused the notion of the power with which the soul acts on the body with the power with which one body acts on another
The task of a science of consciousness […] is to systematically integrate two key classes of data into a scientific framework: third-person data, or data about behavior and brain processes, and first-person data, or data about subjective experience
Throughout nature almost every part of each living being has probably served, in a slightly modified condition, for diverse purposes, and has acted in the living machinery of many ancient and distinct specific forms.
Thought is an adaptive brain-activity …
Our first step in understanding the mind, is to understand neurons …
Brains are alive, part of a living organism. Biology can tell us a great deal about how brains work qua living tissue.. But what can biology tell us is about what’s it like to be a brain, to have a brain, to feel, think, and want with a brain?
The brain is susceptible to many operations, which may, in various cases, preserve the life of the patients… Wounds of this organ… are almost as easily cured, as those of most of the other
The advantage of a bad memory is that, several times over, one enjoys the same good things for the first time.