The mind consists of sensations, thoughts, cogitations, intentions, feelings. How could these inner mental capacities, these felt experiences, be produced by the three pounds...
What must the brain do to generate the mind? The mind consists of sensations, thoughts, cogitations, intentions, feelings—the felt inner experiences that constitute what we...
What is it about the brain that enables many scientists to claim the brain can fully explain mind? And what is it about such neuroscientific explanations of mental experience...
Can understanding how the mind appreciates art give insight into how the mind works? What is it about art that it can reveal the process of creativity and imagination and the...
If mind and brain are the same thing, then the physical world is likely all that exists. But if mind and brain are not the same thing, then what? Could reality go beyond the...
The nature of human mind and consciousness is one of the perennial, deep questions in philosophy. Assuming that God exists, what happens to the question? In a God-created...
Modern brain research has given humankind a deeper understanding of how humans sense, think and feel. Yet, while the topic has enticed philosophers for centuries, the...
How does the brain produce the mind? This is one of the most difficult problems in science, because how can physical qualities, no matter how complex and sophisticated,...