A major thrust of neuroscience has been the use of fMRI to correlate brain activity with thinking and to draw conclusions about the physical basis of the mind.
Blindsight is the remarkable ability of some blind people to sense objects that they cannot actually see.
The question of the disposition of the soul depends on what we mean by “soul.” Is the soul a thing somewhere in the brain, so to speak, or in the body?
Darwinian materialism suggests that the impulse toward artistic creation is merely the human songbird attracting a mate.
Yale’s Steven Novella has been trying to sell his materialist ideology in the guise of neuroscience for more than a decade.