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Emotions and elementary forces

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The book, ‘The Science of Consciousness’ (published in June 2015), authored by Eva Deli considers the mind a physical system, and an elementary fermion, which interacts through elementary forces, called emotions. Birds and mammals have complex neural organization, which allows the formation of emotions, the basis of the mind’s homeostatic regulation.

The self, consciousness and will

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Response to a debate on Fate, Freedom and Neuroscience at the Institute of Arts and Ideas, London This debate highlighted some of the problems that bedevil modern consciousness studies. One such problem is the tendency to elide the self with consciousness. A more detailed analysis suggests that the self is not the same thing as consciousness, but instead merely a part of the contents of consciousness. The main components of the self are, firstly the necessary distinction between the body and the Read more […]