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📙 The brain ’ s representational power : on consciousness and the integration of modalities by Cyriel M. A. Pennartz — download pdf


This book´s topic is what since Gorgias and Aristotle is known as the "common" (or shared) sense, and the "Ego" that accompanies all my representations (Kant). "The brain ’ s representational power" attributes all of it to a physiological (cerebral) function. The author assumes that cognition ("consciousness and the integration of modalities") is an emergence of neurophysiology, not a prephysiological, physical eclosion. This stance is quite usual in his academic culture, though certainly is not so worldwide. For a contrast, see pp. 311-393 Chapter 11 "Effects of Relativistic Motions in the Brain and Their Physiological Relevance", by Mariela Szirko and Chapter 12, "A Palindrome: Conscious Living Creatures as Instruments of Nature; Nature as an Instrument of Conscious Living Creatures", by Mario Crocco, in Helmut Wautischer (Editor), Ontology of Consciousness: Percipient Action, A Bradford Book, The MIT Press, 2008 (LibGen ID: 541045), and also, [Article] "On Minds’ Localization: Clues from a range of academic topics suggest that observers are put in operative connection or disconnection with the surrounding occurrences by the physiologically modulated motion of unidentified microphysical particles", by Mario Crocco (Periodical: Electroneurobiology / Electroneurobiología Vol 12, Issue 3, pp 244-257, 2004; LibGen ID: 1485841).

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