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Ancient Origins – a great book | Neuro-patch
Ancient Origins – a great book I have just read a book by Feinberg and Mallatt, The Ancient Origins of Consciousness – How the Brain Created Experience. It may turn out to be one of those classic books that cause a big change in accepted science. They tackle the 'mystery of consciousness' in a new way, a very biological way. The book ends with, "a satisfying and complete explanation of primary consciousness requires a confluence of points of view, necessarily including neurobiological, evolutionary, and philosophical arguments, each contributing important answers to the 'hard question'. Perhaps one reason no one has solved it before is that it requires all three perspectives, including what happened over half a billion years ago." I assume there will be many who find the book's theory wanting because of they view neurobiological naturalism is impossible and believe normal science cannot explain consciousness. The authors brand of neurobiological naturalism has three postulates which