Robert & Suzanne Mays – The mind brain interface

Robert & Suzanne Mays – The mind brain interface

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Excerpt of “What medical neuroscience can learn from Near-Death Experiences”
This excerpt of the presentation describes the proposed interface between the non-material mind and the brain and how neurological activity translates into conscious experience. The full presentation gives the motivation for the “mind-entity hypothesis” and how it contrasts with the “brain production hypothesis”.
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