Can Science Explain Consciousness?

Science as one piece of a large puzzle

The idea that science (i.e., the physical/hard sciences, like biology, chemistry, and physics) is either the highest or the only means by which we ought to acquire knowledge has had a profound influence on the topic of understanding consciousness. We can see this influence quite vividly in Paul & Patricia Churchland’s eliminative…

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Daniel Lehewych

Daniel Lehewych

Philosophy MA Student @ The CUNY Graduate Center

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