Category: Neuroscience & Mind
Fallacies of Contemporary Neuroscience: "A Vast Collection of Answers, with No Memory of the Questions"
Here is a stunningly accurate way to describe the modern fallacy of attributing mental acts to physical brain processes.
Scientism and Bertrand Russell’s Neutral Monism
Russell was an atheist, but not a materialist. His observations on philosophy of the mind are of surprising relevance today.
Near-Death Experiences: Putting a Darwinist’s Evidentiary Standards to the Test
Over the decades, Darwinists have proven themselves to be famously gullible. Think of the fairy tales that have been spun about fossil fragments in various rocks.
Berlinski’s “On The Origins of the Mind” lauded by American Scientist
American Scientist Online has posted a nice review of The Best American Science Writing 2005 (Edited by Alan Lightman, Harper Perennial) from the Nov-Dec issue of the magazine, which features CSC senior fellow David Berlinski’s article “On The Origins of the Mind.”