Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Daniel Dennett: How Does the Brain Store Beliefs?

What if beliefs could be surgically inserted into a patient's brain? This is the basis of one of philosopher Daniel C. Dennett's thought experiments in exploration of how the brain represents beliefs. Daniel C. Dennett argues that individual beliefs are part of broader idea systems and that they couldn't possibly be stored like a library of belief sentences.

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