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David Chalmers on Consciousness



David Chalmers

Through the Wormhole

Posted: Dec 27, 2012


Professor David Chalmers discusses the nature of consciousness on “through the wormhole” with Morgan Freeman. Topics include: awareness and higher-order consciousness; the science of consciousness and the relation of consciousness to the physical world; dualism and consciousness as a fundamental aspect of reality.


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These Consciousness views,
don't give me no blues,
Cause it's so funda-mental,
and all encompassing too?

The complexity,
is so hard to see,
but no matter the substance,
it extends beyond "me"



Singing - the "hard" problem!

Stick to the day job David!




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