Loneliness is a complex problem of epidemic proportions, affecting millions from all walks of life.
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Exploring the complexity of brain, mind, and self.
Paul L. Nunez PhD
Complexity science provides a means to measure consciousness in coma and semi-conscious patients.
What can science tell us about the hard problem, finding the origins of consciousness?
How do “small world” connections contribute to brain complexity and a healthy mind?
A quick introduction to some possible anatomical underpinnings of higher consciousness in humans and other animals.
The mystery of consciousness is approached from several materialistic or dualistic perspectives. Brain activity patterns play a critical role; could the patterns be fractals?
A brief look at the issues of consciousness and free will.
Can philosophical zombies tell us something about the deep mystery of consciousness?
Emergence: How can a brain be more that just a bunch of interacting nerve cells?
What can complexity science tell us about consciousness?
Paul L. Nunez, Ph.D., is Emeritus Professor of biomedical engineering at Tulane University.