Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Tallis on Neuroscience, the Brain, and the Human Person

Here is a thirty-minute lecture on the limits of neuroscience in explaining the whole human person by one of my favorite living intellectuals, Raymond Tallis (despite our vast worldview differences). It is worth noting that although he is unsympathetic toward what he calls "Darwinitis," a kind of Darwinism-of-the-gaps, he is a Darwinist and an atheist.

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