Wk1L2s(2) - Announcements Must Scan ID some time in the...

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Announcements Must Scan ID some time in the first two weeks the class meets for federal attendance requirements or you will be dropped. Must have clicker for class on Tuesday. Please register your clicker on blackboard. Library checkout will be opened to other students Tuesday after class. Please check blackboard for readings for Tuesday and begin to work on your first Case “Escape from Planet Soma”
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Consciousness: Concept of your self reconstructed  each moment on the bases of  perception of your body, your  autobiography, and sense of intended  future
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Consciousness Explained
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Dualism Cartesian dualism:  Rene Descartes  17th  century philosopher 1649 - describes pineal as control center of body and mind Dualism:  the mind and the brain are not  formed of the same physical materials
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Reflex
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Monoism Monoism:  the mind and the brain are  formed of the same physical materials
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Types of Monoism Mentalism:  brain and mind are mental  phenomena Materialism:  brain and mind are  physical entities
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