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Lions Roar : January 2018
PHOTOBYZEPHYR/SCIENCEPHOTOLIBRARY artificial intelligence; others attempt an evo- lutionary model for the emergence of the various aspects of consciousness. In modern neuroscience, there is a deep question about whether the mind and con- sciousness are any more than simply opera- tions of the brain, whether sensations and emotions are more than chemical reactions. To what extent does the world of subjective experience depend on the hardware and working order of the brain? It must to some significant extent, but does it do so entirely? What are the necessary and sufficient causes for the emergence of subjective mental experiences? Many scientists, especially those in the discipline of neurobiology, assume that consciousness is a special kind of physi- cal process that arises through the struc- ture and dynamics of the brain. I vividly The Two Sciences