Baby Faces and the Myth of the Child's Mind


Baby Faces and the Myth of the Child's Mind
Historical consciousness—particularly art-historical consciousness—is a poison that can become a palliative. A poison because it intercedes a horizontal, historical knowledge of things that are … Alarm fills the eyes of one child, but it is not the …
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Science, faith and the raging debate
The debate over religion versus science has raged for centuries, and last week two experts debated the topic at a public event hosted by Chapman University in Orange. The conversation featured Skeptic magazine publisher Michael Shermer and Oxford …
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The Conscious Company and Other Myths
Those in the realm of artificial intelligence talk about machine consciousness, or synthetic consciousness, showing how we can replicate fundamental human brain functions in machines: basic abilities like awareness, imitation, acquisition of knowledge, …
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