Neuroscience & Philosophy: An Exchange

In response to:

What Can Your Neurons Tell You? from the July 11, 2013 issue

To the Editors:

In my response to Colin McGinn, I don’t wish to enter into the philosophical debate between philosophers and neuroscientists. Even if it is much needed, it requires extensive developments that are being carried out in different circles. I shall be concerned here by facts as they are reported in his NYR review.

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