Mind-body philosophy - season 1.
- Physical Description: 1 online resource (24 video files (approximately 720 min.)) : sound, color
- Publisher: [United States] : The Great Courses, 2017.
- Distributor: Made available through hoopla
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Episode 3 Eastern Perspectives on Mind and Body Episode 5 History of the Soul Episode 24 A Philosophical Science of Consciousness? Episode 18 Thinking Body and Extended Mind Episode 16 Computational Approaches to the Mind Episode 8 Strange Cases of Consciousness Episode 4 Using the Body to Shape the Mind Episode 19 Francis Crick and Binding in the Brain Episode 14 Emotions Episode 23 Consciousness and the Explanatory Gap Episode 21 Of Mind, Materialism, and Zombies Episode 9 Altered States of Consciousness Episode 20 Clues on Consciousness from Anesthesiology Episode 17 A Guided Tour of the Brain Episode 2 Mind and Body in Greek Philosophy Episode 22 Thought Experiments against Materialism Episode 6 How Descartes Divided Mental from Physical Episode 13 Enigma of Free Will Episode 1 Mind, Body, and Questions of Consciousness Episode 11 Self-Consciousness and the Self Episode 7 Mistakes about Our Own Consciousness Episode 10 Memory, Mind, and Brain Episode 15 Could a Machine Be Conscious? Episode 12 Rival Psychologies of the Mind.
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Directed by The Great Courses.
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How is it that our very physical brain creates the very subjective experience we call reality? That is the mind-body problem. In Mind-Body Philosophy, award-winning Professor Patrick Grim of SUNY Stony Brook leads an exhilarating tour through millennia of philosophy and science addressing one of life's greatest conundrums: What is consciousness and how does it arise?
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Mode of access: World Wide Web.