Friedel Weinert asks Susan Greenfield what neuroscience might tell us about the mind body problem.
Adam Morton asks, if we had greater thinking power, would the world be more or less puzzling
Bo Klintberg reads about quantum physics, mathematics, cosmology, and the human mind – and enjoys it.
Professor Timothy Sprigge is one of Britain’s foremost proponents of panpsychism, the view that consciousness is a feature of all reality and not just of animal minds. In this article in our forum on consciousness, he outlines what consciousness is, and considers some alternative positions and makes the case for panpsychism.
Hans Dooremalen profiles the thought of eliminative materialist Paul Churchland.