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Published on Feb 16, 2009
This clip first discusses a 1996 conference sponsored by the Center for Consciousness Studies in Tucson, Arizona entitled "Toward a Science of Consciousness." The key figures that can be seen are Stuart Hameroff, Christof Koch, David Chalmers, Daniel Dennett, Patricia Churchland, and John Searle.
Daniel Dennett then briefly discusses his views on consciousness and the first-person illusion that we are aware of our complete visual field, when in actuality we are not. And finally, Frank Jackson's famous "Mary the Neuroscientist" thought-experiment is explained.