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Von der Liaison zwischen Ich und Gehirn Zwei herausragende Gelehrte des Jahrhunderts - der Philosoph Karl R. Popper und der Hirnforscher und Nobelpreisträger John C. Eccles - haben sich in diesem einmaligen Dokument kreativer Zusammenarbeit mit dem Leib-Seele-Problem beschäftigt. Sie sind damit einer zentralen Frage des menschlichen Daseins auf den Grund gegangen.
Published May 1st 1989 by Piper Taschenbuch (first published January 1st 1977)
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Craig Bolton
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it was a whooper of a read.
John Searle, in his book Mind: A Brief Introduction, says the following:

"...among most of the professionals in the field, substance dualism is not regarded as a serious possibility. A prominent exception is the defense of dualism offered by Karl Popper and J. C. Eccles. They claim that there are two quite distinct worlds, World 1 of physical objects and states and World 2 of states of consciousness. Each is a separate and distinct world that interacts with the other. Actually they go Descartes
Frank Vincenzo Arca
A well articulated dilemma that is presented by two innovative thinkers of the last century.
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كارل بوبر في كتابه هذا، انتصر للإنسان والحياه بالعِلم والقراءة العلمية الرصينة، هادمًا كل أوهام المذهب المادي والماديين عن الإنسان والحياة .. إن بوبر أخرج الإنسان من موقعه المعروف بين المذاهب العلمية المختلفة: حيث مادة كاملة تسري عليه قوانين الطبيعة، وردّه إلي موقعه الأصلي، حيث الوعي بذاته والخبرة الذاتية الواعية.

كتاب مُجهد بعلميته ولغته الصعبة، مُمتع بموضوعه وأهميته في الوسط العلمي والفلسفي .. شكرًا بوبر .. شكرًا "د. عادل مصطفى" على ترجمته الممتازة للكتاب وإضافته للهوامش التي أضافت للكتاب كتابً
الكتاب على مستوى المادة العلمية ممتع للغاية لكن للأسف أفتقد الترابط المنطقي لبناء الكتاب بسبب تقطعي وتوقفي في قراءته أحتاج العودة إليه مرة أخرى
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Highly interesting, but sometimes a bit dry. The first two parts, the philosophical background and the neurological background, I managed to read. But have to admit, that I left the dialogue. But the first two parts are full of astounding thoughts and scientific research results. Well worth reading.
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They discuss emergence and a number of issues related to the brain and self. Popper gives some good arguments against several versions of materialism. I wish I'd read this when I was younger.
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Sir Karl Raimund Popper CH, FRS, FBA (28 July 1902 – 17 September 1994) was an Austrian and British philosopher and a professor at the London School of Economics. He is counted among the most influential philosophers of science of the 20th century, and also wrote extensively on social and political philosophy. Popper is known for repudiating the classical observationalist/inductivist account of sc ...more
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