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In an illegal drug such as LSD, the chemical reaction with your brain causes you to see things, such as motion trails or lighting effects, that cannot be seen by ...

October 18, 2005
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Joseph G. Moore

What is pain? Does pain really affect us, or is it a trick the mind plays to help protect us?

October 15, 2005
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Jyl Gentzler

Why is stupidity not painful?

October 14, 2005
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Peter Lipton and Alan Soble

How would you explain the color green to a blind child?

October 17, 2005
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Amy Kind and Peter Lipton

Throughout my normal, daily activities, I sometimes incur a feeling of Deja-Vu; almost as if I've lived this particular moment before in my lifetime. It's as if this memory was ...

October 17, 2005
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Peter Lipton

Would/could pleasure be possible without pain, or pain without pleasure?

October 16, 2005
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Peter Lipton

Question 156 asked about thought with the absence of the common human stimuli, and the consensus seemed to be that someone deprived of their senses does not develop to a ...

October 16, 2005
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Alexander George and Amy Kind

Is it possible for someone to think about more than one thing at exactly the same time? I don't know what it was, but sometimes I have moments when I ...

October 16, 2005
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Peter Lipton

I read in Clarke's "2001: A Space Odyssey" about the Turing test. Is this a good test for whether a thing is conscious?

October 15, 2005
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Peter Lipton

I heard about the analogy of a computer and the mind, but I'm fuzzy about the connection. Please help!

October 15, 2005
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Peter Lipton

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