Earl Miller (MIT) talks about the subjective nature of consciousness. What does it feel like to be conscious? What are the "nuts and bolts" of neural mechanisms responsible for the cognitive mechanisms that we normally associate with consciousness?
Lecture ends, and questions begin at 01:21:00.
Taped at Consciousness and the Brain, the 2011 Interdisciplinary Graduate Conference in Consciousness at Boston University, sponsored in part by my organization, the Mind Science Foundation.
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