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A Neuroscientist’s Radical Theory of How Networks Become Conscious | Science | WIRED

A Neuroscientist’s Radical Theory of How Networks Become Conscious | Science | WIRED | Non-Aristotelian Trends | Scoop.it
It's a question that's perplexed philosophers for centuries and scientists for decades: Where does consciousness come from? Neuroscientist Christof Koch, chief scientific officer at the Allen Institute for Brain Science, thinks he has an answer.

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Christof Koch - always worth listening to. 

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People Are Overly Confident in Their Own Knowledge , Despite Errors - Science Daily (press release)

People Are Overly Confident in Their Own Knowledge , Despite Errors Science Daily (press release) But they didn't adjust their estimates as much as they should have given their actual knowledge of local temperatures, suggesting that they were...
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People Are Overly Confident in Their Own Knowledge , Despite Errors - Science Daily (press release)

People Are Overly Confident in Their Own Knowledge , Despite Errors Science Daily (press release) But they didn't adjust their estimates as much as they should have given their actual knowledge of local temperatures, suggesting that they were...
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George Gilder Thankfully Returns, Bearing Knowledge And Power - Forbes

George Gilder Thankfully Returns, Bearing Knowledge And Power
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He personally surfed the tech bubble and experienced, very up close and personally, its pop.
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Was Wittgenstein Right?

The man who insisted that Western philosophy was based in confusion and wishful thinking is not popular among philosophers. But he should not be dismissed.

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Knowledge is best weapon in fight against robbers - BDlive

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Knowledge is best weapon in fight against robbers
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RESEARCH is providing South Africans with the best possible deterrent in the war against crime — knowledge.
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The first thing to know: that you're getting robbed.
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Meaningful knowledge sharing via educational dialogue is the way ...

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Meaningful knowledge sharing via educational dialogue is the way to go. I have seen some good signs for Thailand's education lately -serious discussions for better education in both social media and meeting rooms.
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Was Wittgenstein Right?

The man who insisted that Western philosophy was based in confusion and wishful thinking is not popular among philosophers. But he should not be dismissed.

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