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Lions Roar : January 2018
ESTERN PHILOSOPHY and science have, on the whole, attempted to understand con- sciousness solely in terms of the functions of the brain. This approach effectively grounds the nature and existence of the mind in matter, in an ontologic- ally reductionist manner. Some view the brain in terms of a computational model, comparing it to THE DALAI LAMA on why we need the inner science of subjective conciousness that meditators specialize in as well as the study of objective phenomena we normally think of as science. PHOTOBYLIZAMATTHEWS Mind & Brain: W