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January 16, 2015 Commentator Alva Noë examines whether the quest to model the brain at the level of the individual neuron — the connectome project — is looking for understanding in the wrong place.
September 24, 2013 The authority claimed by science rests on an ever-growing foundation of demonstrable facts. Values, on the other hand, are squishy and human; they have no place in science. But philosopher Alva Noë says it's not quite that simple. Look a little closer and you'll see the entanglement of facts and values shaping science.
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