Check out the terrific work of artist Susan Aldworth. Her artistry emerges from both a philosophical and an empirical sensibility. See here for a brief profile and artist’s statement.
Here’s an article from the New York Times The brain, as it traverses middle age, gets better at recognizing the central idea, the big picture. If kept in good shape, the brain can continue to build pathways that help its owner recognize patterns and, as a consequence, see significance and even solutions much faster than…
Pat Churchland interviewed by Anthony Grayling for the BBC World Service. Churchland will be speaking in the Fall of 2010 at the NEI. Pat Churchland
I’m pleased to have discovered a superb website that accompanies the PBS series Closer to Truth. The definitive series on the latest advances in brain, mind, free will, personal identity, alien intelligence, parapsychology, afterlife, and brain-mind critical thinking. Interviewer Robert Lawrence Kuhn does a super job of guiding the discussion for a lay audience and pretty…
V.S. is always good value for money – his enthusiasm is palpable. Click photo to view video.
I want to give a plug to the excellent resource that is the Brain Science Podcast website so passionately managed by Ginger Campbell. There is even an iPhone app now available though I haven’t used it yet.
Here is a New York Review of Books blog report on a workshop conference held at IULM University Milan bringing together a mix of neurobiologists, philosophers and art historians.
Article in latest issue of Neuron – well worth checking out.
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