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Consciousness is a matter of constraint

作者:全帝粘    发布时间:2019-03-01 07:13:13    

Kniel Synnatzschke/plainpicture By Terrence W. Deacon Paying attention to the importance of what is not present is no invitation to mysticism IN A 1992 issue of The Times Literary Supplement, the philosopher Jerry Fodor famously complained that: “Nobody has the slightest idea how anything material could be conscious. Nobody even knows what it would be like to have the slightest idea about how anything material could be conscious.” In 2011, despite two decades of explosive advances in brain research and cognitive science, Fodor’s assessment still rings true. Why is that?

 

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