Tag Archives: Consciousness

Learning Science: #WorkingOutLoud on Philosophical Approaches and Science

Today, i am continuing the work i shared yesterday, as part of the body of work i’m creating for the ‘Modern Learning Capability Framework’. This module covers Learning Science, with a view to helping people define their discipline and curate … Continue reading

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Fables or Thrillers? Why some things are harder to remember than others

Some things are just easy to remember, whilst others are much harder. I was listening to an audiobook yesterday about consciousness. It gave a really fascinating view of ‘the democracy of self’, talking about how low level ‘zombie’ systems constantly … Continue reading

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It’s all in the mind. Losing consciousness, learning about conscious experience and what it means to be me.

Life is made up of experiences, some of them more unusual than others. We sense the world around us, experiences that are translated into memories, memories that meld together to form our personal histories, our ‘selves’. In a slight deviation … Continue reading

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