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Neuroscience and Philosophy

How are our minds and our brains related? And what is the relationship between introspective knowledge of our minds, and knowledge of our brains, the territory of neuroscience?


How are our minds and our brains related? And what is the relationship between introspective knowledge of our minds, and knowledge of our brains, the territory of neuroscience? Neuroscience has told us a great deal about how the brain works, but does this mean it has told us anything about consciousness, about free will, and about what “selves” are?

An evening of discussion with a neuroscientist and a philosopher from Cardiff University covering these and other issues, as part of Cardiff University Science Week.


Speaker(s):

Professor Christopher Norris | talks | www
Dr Paul Keedwell | talks | www

 

Date and Time:

16 March 2010 at 7:30 pm

Duration:

2 hours

 

Venue:

Philosophy Cafe
Cardiff University
Cardiff


http://www.philosophycafe.org.uk

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