Join me for a discussion with Mark Solms, Chair of Neuropsychology at the University of Cape Town and Groote Schuur Hospital (Departments of Psychology and Neurology), as we discuss themes from his work and his recent book the Hidden Spring: A Journey to the Source of Consciousness
Join me for a discussion with Lucia Melloni, Liad Mudrik, and Michal Pitts as we discuss COGITATE -an innovative Open Science, preregistered adversarial collaboration focused on arbitrating between two leading theories of consciousness, Integrated Information Theory (IIT) and Global Neuronal Workspace theory (GNW)
Join me for a discussion with Claire Sergent, a Professor at the Université de Paris, in the Integrative Neuroscience and Cognition Center, as we discuss the neuroscience of consciousness and the Global Workspace Theory
- Sergent land website: https://clairesergent1.wixsite.com/sergentlab
Join me for a discussion with Cevin Soling, a filmmaker, philosopher, musician, music producer, and artist, as we discuss his defense of solipsism -the metaphysical view that there is only one mind and that mind is Cevin Soling
- Cevin’s website
Join me for a discussion with Adrien Doerig, currently a Postdoc with Tim Kietzmann at the Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition & Behavior, as we discuss empirical criteria for theories of consciousness
Join me for a discussion with Evan Thompson, a Professor of Philosophy at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver and an Associate Member of the Department of Asian Studies and the Department of Psychology (Cognitive Science Group), as we discuss Biopsychism -the view that mind and consciousness are co-extensive with life.
Join me for a discussion with Hedda Mørch, a philosopher and associate professor at Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences, as we discuss her work on causation and panpsychism.
Join me for a discussion with Peter Carruthers, a philosopher at the University of Maryland, as we discuss themes from his new book Human and Animal Minds: The Consciousness Question Laid to Rest
Join me for a discussion with Tony Chemero, a professor of philosophy and psychology at the University of Cincinnati, as we discuss Radical Embodied cognitive Science