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Stuart Hameroff: First of all, we agree with the neurocomputational theory, just not that it accounts completely for consciousness.
In my opinion, neurocomputational theories fail to explain essential features of consciousness like binding, transition from unconscious activities to consciousness, non-algorithmic processing and the "hard problem" of subjective experience (Chalmers, 1996).
Litt et al state "The onus is on those who would appeal to quantum theory to show the existence of aspects of the brain that are not explained by neurocomputational theories, and that can be explained by quantum computation or associated mechanisms".
The central nervous system, which otherwise sustains my reinforcement history, contains systems or neurocomputational sub-systems that implement or encode whatever representational content the environment has for me.
Churchland's neurocomputational reformulations of scientific and epistemological concepts build on this account of theories.
But as Bickle (1993) notes, neurocomputational models based on the mathematical resources described above are a long way into the realm of abstractia.
The striking range of moral beliefs itself, both across and within cultures, seems like good evidence of significant input from autonomous moral reflection ” moral thought going beyond exercises of evolved “neurocomputational systems” or “social contract algorithms” or