Consciousness Without Subjectivity, the PowerPoint from my Toward a Science of Consciousness 2008 talk, appears in my updated talks section. This represents the 20-25 minute version of the talk. The version I’ll be presenting at Churchlandpalooza in May is scheduled for a two-hour slot. A draft of the paper should materialize from the ether sometime June-ish.
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If someone felt compelled to provide illustrations of so-called “self-illustrating phenomena”, would that be a tacit admission that their labeling anything “self-illustrating” was self-defeating? Anyway, the following link is to my new favorite powerpoint presentation: “Self-Illustrating Phenomena“. It is really cool.
I haven’t entirely uploaded my mind to PowerPoint since my necktop’s USB port has a glitch, namely, total existence failure. In the meantime I offer the following tidbits to current students and others whose brains burn with the question: where can we get the slides that go along with lectures on chapters 7 & 9 of The Subjective Brain? Right here, dudes and ladies, right here.
Reductive and Representational Explanation in Synthetic Neuroethology [link to download]
The Neurophilosophy of Subjectivity [link to download]
Numbers of people (more than one) have asked for the following, perhaps because they are students in a class soon to be examined on the topics contained within. Others may be interested as well. Below are PowerPoint slides for talks closely associated with Chapter 5 & 6 of The Subjective Brain.
Transcending Zombies [link to download]
Phenomenal Consciousness and the Allocentric-Egocentric Interface [link to download]
Contains links to my powerpoint slides from my lectures on Wilfrid Sellars’ Empiricism and the Philosophy of Mind and W.V.O Quine’s Word and Object for my Spring 2006 course “Contemporary Analytic Philosophy” (PHIL 300-01, William Paterson University).