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Touching a Nerve: The Self as Brain by Patricia S. Churchland

Touching a Nerve: The Self as Brain



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Touching a Nerve: The Self as Brain Patricia S. Churchland ebook
Page: 304
Format: pdf
Publisher: Norton, W. W. & Company, Inc.
ISBN: 9780393058321


A trailblazing philosopher's exploration of the latest brain science—and its ethical and practical implications. Apr 1, 2014 - Touching a Nerve: The Self as Brain description. Tom Ashbrook interviewed Churchland on his On the Point show on NPR July 22, 2013, the day her book, Touching a Nerve: The Self as Brain, was published. Technology, medical technology, cue, microfluidics, miniaturization, quantified self Prosthetic Hand Wires In Patient's Nerves For Sensations Of Touch. Jun 18, 2009 - They have to concentrate on finding the parts of their body that are sensitive to touch. LifeHand2_banner A number of projects are A computerized hub connects the brain to the nerves in the arm, allowing the patient to command the prosthetic hand and receive a report back on how firmly he or she is gripping. We have over a hundred billion nerve cells in our brain, as well as nerve endings all over our bodies. Mar 25, 2013 - Fantastic offer, Touching a Nerve: The Self as Brain from Brand: W. Two different parts of the brain You cannot tickle yourself because the part of your body that controls your movements, the cerebellum, registers the action of tickling before your nerve endings can send signals to your brain, therefore taking away the element of surprise. But this book by the godmother of neurophilosophy, Patricia Smith Churchland, speaks to the neural underpinnings of its subtitle: The Self as Brain. Controversial view that we are our brains, and that's about it. Mar 25, 2013 - Touching a Nerve: The Self as Brain description. Oct 2, 2011 - Touching a Nerve : Exploring the Implications of the Self as Brain, Part 2 [Excerpt]. Feb 12, 2014 - Here is already a short explanation of what a tickle actually is: When we are tickled the nerve endings under our skin respond to touch by sending a signal to the brain. A trailblazing philosophers exploration of the latest brain scienceand its ethical and practical implications. Mar 2, 2014 - A personal, non-academic review of the life physical. Sep 2, 2013 - There are many ways to touch a nerve, in the vernacular.

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