Rec’d on YT | Understanding The Matter with Things Dialogues Episode 29: Epilogue


This series of dialogues between Iain McGilchrist and Alex Gomez-Marin explores Iain’s latest book The Matter with Things. In this final episode, the epilogue, Iain and Alex reflect on their conversations about the chapter dialogues and the book itself.

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You can read Dr. Gomez-Marin’s work at https://ift.tt/GxCvgaH and follow him on twitter as @behaviOrganisms

Dr Àlex Gómez-Marín is a Spanish physicist turned neuroscientist. He holds a PhD in theoretical physics and a Masters in biophysics from the University of Barcelona. He was a research fellow at the EMBL-CRG Centre for Genomic Regulation and at the Champalimaud Center for the Unknown in Lisbon. His research spans from the origins of the arrow of time to the neurobiology of action-perception in flies, worms, mice, humans and robots. Since 2016 he is the head of the Behavior of Organisms Laboratory at the Instituto de Neurociencias in Alicante, where he is an Associate Professor of the Spanish Research Council. Combining high-resolution experiments, computational and theoretical biology, and continental philosophy, his latest research concentrates on real-life cognition and consciousness.
Alex is the Director of the Pari Center, Italy https://paricenter.com
via PVybe on YT: YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TxgLQRlFexU

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