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  • Where in my brain do my thoughts come form?

    Where in my
    brain do my
    thoughts come
    form?

  • Investigating science at the horizon of life.

    Investigating
    science at the
    horizon of life.

  • What happens when we die?

    What happens
    when we die?

  • When do we first become aware of who we are?

    When do we
    first become
    aware of who
    we are?

  • Does our consciousness differ from that of out cousins?

    Does our
    consciousness
    differ from that
    of out cousins?

A special series on consciousness from The Guardian

The series, “Consciousness: The hard problem,” does an excellent job of posing questions about consciousness related to science, philosophy, and Read more
about the “Eight questions science must answer:”

  1. What are the critical brain regions for consciousness?
  2. What are the mechanisms of general anaesthesia?
  3. What is the self?
  4. What determines experiences of volition and ‘will’?
  5. What is the function of consciousness? What are experiences for?
  6. How rich is consciousness?
  7. Are other animals conscious?
  8. Are vegetative patients conscious?

Then come back and explore our “Learning Zone,” where we have more material, for example:
Consciousness and the Mind/Brain Problem.

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