The Intelligent Movement Machine: An Ethological Perspective on the Primate Motor System

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Computation, physics and beyond. Maldonado P. Evan Nesterak: Understanding consciousness is one of the long-standing questions in philosophy and science, but why should the average person care about theories of consciousness? You can go to something like the flat Earth theory versus the round Earth theory in ancient Greece. Really practically, economically relevant.

Then suddenly the whole rest of the world believed it was round. We all accept that germs mutate and evolve.

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The reason is because it has this huge practical impact on our lives. We have this incredibly strong intuition that our pets are conscious. Children see consciousness in their stuffed animals. People are prone to see consciousness in things that are inanimate, like beliefs in angry rivers and storm gods. As widespread as the round earth theory, something that pervasive, that economically and practically intertwined in our lives. People will be forced to reckon with it. EN: In your New York Times Op-ed , you describe our current conception of conscious as very egocentric, and you compare it to how society thought about our position in the solar system pre-Copernicus and the origin of humans pre-Darwin.

In a way it knocked humans off of their perceived pedestal. Do you think rethinking consciousness could have similar ramifications? MG: Yes, certainly.

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I think that there are three really giant questions in human science and philosophy. That was very justly called the Copernican revolution because it truly revolutionized the picture people had of ourselves, science, and the world around us. Certainly that whole issue ran afoul of the church.