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Title: Consciousness

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Subject: Philosophy
Author: Angela S
Date: January 7, 2016
Level: University
Grade: A
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Posted on KurzweilAI.net August 13, 2001. Article on John Searle's home page can be read here. Until very recently, most neurobiologists did not regard consciousness as a suitable topic for scientific investigation. This reluctance was based on certain philosophical mistakes, primarily the mistake of supposing that the subjectivity of consciousness made it beyond the reach of an objective science...

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Once we see that consciousness is a biological phenomenon like any other, then it can be investigated neurobiologically. Consciousness is entirely caused by neurobiological processes and is realized in brain structures. The essential trait of consciousness that we need to explain is unified qualitative subjectivity...

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