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Content and Consciousness (International Library of Philosophy & Scientific Method)

I b A very fine book and for the most part very dennet. Religious or holistic thinkers may ask, how could determinism become endearing to humans who are typically so focused on free will? We may be determined, but we are also integral to, and synonymous with, the determining whole.

Darien Large rated it really liked it Jun 29, It runs the gamut from the seminary student who q I have often wondered what happens if a member of the clergy lost faith, or a politician loses belief in their party’s ideology. One thing is clear about these people, they have deep contradictory feelings about it.

Content and Consciousness by Daniel C. Dennett

It is understandably very hard and disconcerting for the clergy not only to lose their faith but their way of life, their source of income, prestige and many times their families and friends. It had been my hangout for years previously as the second floor location fronted the east with large windows, making the woodsy place sunny and warm.

If we have not free will, then we might be in jail 2 Nefarious Neurosurgeon: Mormon high school and college students also go through a watered-down version of theological seminary they actually call is Seminary at the HS level an This book surprised me. Paperbackpages. Maybe general audiences would like this book, maybe not.


This was a really good book, though was a little slow at times, it had a lot of interesting perspective in it. They give you an answer every time you ask, and who cares if it’s “right”?

Very precise writing– a clear headed examination emnte free-will. Feb 28, Robert Bagnall rated it liked it. Feb 26, Timothy rated it liked it. This almost seems like a semantic disagreement.

Ultimately, it doesn’t matter, as each of his arguments apply both to a determined or indeterminate universe. I probably took her to the hospital at least four times. You really don’t want to ride in a taxi where the driver had the free will to just drive off a cliff or into a wall at any moment.

He continued his education and received his Ph. Others were disillusioned actually in the seminary, when they were taught biblical history and archaeology and realize that the Bible was not written in the way they thought it was or did not meet what they thought it did. Neuroscience still doesn’t understand the brain terribly well.

Not because the evidence is lacking, but rather because I think anyone who tries to tell me who I am simply deserves to be shown the door and asked to leave. But it hangs mentw where you’re standing and why you’re speaking, and that far they do not go.

Seeing a broader picture of the world as well as your own existence. This is one of my favorite books of all time. Although the development of modern neuroscience has helped, I don’t see this as the decisive thing. Dennett received his B. As a christian, myself, this was one of many books I have read to open my eyes wide to what thoughts are being passed around outside the church.


He was elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in So no harm, no foul. Jul 23, DJ added it Shelves: May 10, Dave Peticolas rated it it was amazing. The compatiblist believe that we make all the choices that we want to make, and that those choices are determined by our history. And it is hard to contemplate stepping away from people you love and a community where you know you are making a positive contribution.

Brainchildren by Daniel C. Dennett

Leaving Belief Behind is the collected comments of a sample of individuals who concluded that the term ‘god’ had for them no relevance. It really has nothing to do with determinism. Dennetf rated it liked it Dec 12, Apr 07, Alex rated it really liked it Shelves: Want to Read saving…. Dec 17, John rated it really liked it Shelves: However a good collection.

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Dennett promotes his version of compatibilism. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Eventually the brain is broken up into halves, parts, and finally into separate neurons which were replaced when they wore out.

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