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Consciousness Beyond the Individual

Society for the Preservation of Wild Culture

Wednesday, 6 November 2013 from 19:30 to 21:30 (GMT)

Consciousness Beyond the Individual

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Consciousness Beyond the Individual


Is our experience of consciousness limited to the individual brain or is it something prior/external?

The Society for the Preservation of Wild Culture presents an evening of discussion and debate about the nature of consciousness, bringing together perspectives from art, neuroscience and parapsychology in order to interrogate our understanding of this most ancient of questions.

Featuring:


Raymond Tallis - philosopher & neuroscientist
Anthony Peake - science writer
Graham Nicholls - out-of-body experience specialist

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Stephen Law - philosopher
Deborah Hyde - Editor of The Skeptic
Jane Aspell - neuroscientist


Tom Jeffreys, Editor of the Journal of Wild Culture, chairs.

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When & Where


Swedenborg Hall
20 Bloomsbury Way
WC1A 2TH London
United Kingdom

Wednesday, 6 November 2013 from 19:30 to 21:30 (GMT)


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Society for the Preservation of Wild Culture

The Journal of Wild Culture is an online magazine whose aim, put simply, is to inspect the connections between culture and nature. This manifests itself through, among other things, the desire to foster greater understanding between the arts and the sciences, to open up academic thinking to new audiences, to explore the human face of business, and to underpin everything we do with an ethical sensibility and, crucially, a sense of humour.

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