Venture investor and co-director of the Center for Consciousness Studies Dmitry Volkov came to St. Petersburg to talk about the intellectual battles on the schooner, the machine consciousness and the global simulation in which we live at the Lakhta View session.
We are publishing the first lecture of the course “Mind and the brain: the last frontier”! This course is now holding at the Moscow State University by the Center for Neuroscience and Cognitive Sciences of Moscow State University and our Center. The lecture is given by the well-known Russian neuroscientist Konstantin...
The Moscow Center for Consciousness Studies (MCCS) is hosting a summer school on June 23d – July 1st, 2018, which will be devoted to the problem of Personal Identity. This year summer school will be led by philosopher Prof. Richard Swinburne of the University of Oxford.
In 2015, we conducted an online-survey of Russian philosophers and published the preliminary results. Now we offer you a detailed analysis of this survey, which also contains a comparison of its results with a similar survey of the English-speaking philosophical community. The materials on the survey and a roundtable discussion about it were published in the journal “Bulletin of Moscow University”, they are attached in pdf files.
Within the project “Brainstorming” at the end of last year, SciOne made a video “What if everything is predetermined?” about the problem of free will with Dmitry Volkov, co-director of our Center. In response, a mass of comments and questions followed. Dmitry answers the most interesting of them in that second video of the project.
At the seminar “The Brain and Mind” of the Center for Neuroscience and Cognitive Sciences of MSU the co-director of our Center Professor Vadim Vasiliev gave a talk “Paradoxes of Mental Causality.” In this lecture, Vasiliev expounds his point of view on the mind-body problem and on one of the most important its component – mental causation.