FROM BRAIN TO COSMOS
A contemporary look at a question
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Since the time of Plato and before, philosophers have concerned themselves with how objects and situations seem or appear to conscious observers. In the twentieth century, this concern played crucial roles in movements as different as logical positivism and phenomenology. Today, questions about seeming and appearance help to drive the current lively debate about consciousness.
Philosophical reasoning about how things seem often leads toward a crucial question, not always made explicit:
What can one learn about the world by examining the
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From Brain to Cosmos
From Brain to Cosmos by Mark F. Sharlow
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