University of Kyoto scientists found that they can indeed remember, provided they live in the same household.
Even compared to each other, the genomes of three cephalopods studied had been broken up and extensively reorganized.
Ants, fruit flies, and even plants can also calculate but it does not follow that they are conscious of what they are doing.
Julian Baggini’s proposed new approach assumes the existence of the very qualities that only a traditional view of the mind offers.
Most of what is going on in the human mind is not as dependent on the brain as some approaches to neuroscience would require.