Consciousness

Consciousness is one of the last outposts of pure mystery in our understanding of the brain. Undoubtedly there is plenty to learn about how the brain’s physiology controls our bodies, emotions and enables thoughts. Yet even these so-called easy problems are extraordinarily daunting, as scientists struggle to discern the detailed workings of sensory per­ception, memory, language, emotion and more. Then there are the puzzles associated with the brain’s ability to integrate all of this neural pro­cessing, producing a unified ‘self’ from the mul­titude of neuronal traffic. But where ‘we’ exist in our bodies, how we develop that sense of self and how it can be explained in terms of the activity of mere cells in our brain—all of that is still a mystery.

Brain and Mathematics
KARL H. PRIBRAM

Consciousness Reassessed
KARL H. PRIBRAM

An Instantiation of Eccles Brain/Mind Dualism and Beyond
KARL H. PRIBRAM

Creator and Creation
F. DAVID PEAT

Divine Contenders: Wolfgang Pauli and the Symmetry of the World
F. DAVID PEAT

Cosmos and Inscape
F. DAVID PEAT

Mind and the New Sciences
F. DAVID PEAT

Wolfgang Pauli: Resurrection of Spirit in the World
F. DAVID PEAT

Alchemical Transformation: Consciousness and Matter, Form and Information
F. DAVID PEAT

Synchronicity: The Speculum of Inscape and Landscape
F. DAVID PEAT

Krishnamurti from the Other Side
ANDREW FELLOWS