- adj. Pertaining to neuroscience.
“Scott Adam's experiment sounds credible only because it's cloaked in neuroscientific language.”
“The word "signals" jumps out: Elsewhere the author criticizes the homunculi little men, making quite difficult determinations, that pervade putative neuroscientific accounts of the mind; there is more than a hint of a homunculus in the notion of neurons that "signal" to one another.”
“It seems that the neuroscientific and evolutionary evidence for a hard-wired but increasingly dysfunctional idea of personhood is compelling.”
“This is a straight account of his own neuroscientific beliefs.”
“On the contrary, there is a growing body of neuroscientific evidence suggesting that while surviving on two hours' sleep a night initially does little for one's ability to string a sentence together, maternity actually builds the brain up.”
“Many experts now argue that we simply cannot draw meaningful conclusions from the neuroscientific data available.”
“Then philosophers like Searle point out that current neuroscientific “explanations” of consciousness, etc. do not in fact explain the relevant phenomena at all.”
“That an intervening level of "imagining" is involved in reading seems intuitively correct, although I guess I'd like to see some neuroscientific evidence that reading about violence is as different an experience from being confronted with it -- or its aesthetic representation -- directly in filmed images as Crain thinks it is.”
“If neuroscientific research suggests that the core meaning of a memory remains, even if its details have been lost or distorted, then if I find the right pictures, the pictures could lead me to the core.”
“Despite the astonishing breakthroughs of the neuroscientific revolution, why some people are born left-handed remains a mystery.”
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