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Consciousness

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Jason Whetten

on 26 July 2017

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Transcript of Consciousness

Thank You!
What if...
Evidence for the Nature of Consciousness
Chapter 1
Consciousness
Would you stay together?
Why or Why not?
What is Consciousness?
What is Consciousness?
Dualism
Monism
The Mind-Body Problem
DUALISM
MONISM
"Mind" and Body are Different
Belief in the Soul
Dual Nature of Reality
Belief that all existence is matter
"Mind" is caused by the Nervous System
Determinism
Consciousness - Unconsciousness
Blindsight
Split Brain
Unilateral Neglect
Perception of Self
Are "You" located in your brain?
Point to YOU
FREE WILL
The "Mind" can tell the brain what to do
In THIS Course...
MONISM
DETERMINISM
Consciousness
1. Simple Wakefullness
2. Awareness of and ability to share thoughts, perceptions, memories, feeling
Blindsight
Perceptions do not need to enter consciousness to affect behavior!
Split Brain
Corpus Callosum
Bilateral Symmetry
Language Abilities
Unilateral Neglect
Perception of Self
Parietal Lobe Damage
Damage to the Right Hemisphere:
No Input for left side of body.
No input from left visual field.
No input for left side of objects.
PLASTIC
"Plastic Nose"
Is the mind part of the body, or the body part of the mind?
If they are distinct, then how do they interact?
And which of the two is in charge?
LEFT SIDE
DREAMING
Where is Consciousness?
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