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Patrick House ‘Nineteen Ways of Looking at Consciousness’

15 July @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Join us for an evening with Patrick House as he explores the tapestry of consciousness.

Nineteen Ways of Looking at Consciousness

Despite decades of research, remarkable imagery, and insights from a range of scientific and medical disciplines, the human brain remains largely unexplored. Consciousness has eluded explanation.

Nineteen Ways of Looking at Consciousness offers a brilliant overview of the state of modern consciousness research in twenty brief, revealing chapters. Neuroscientist and author Patrick House describes complex concepts in accessible terms, weaving brain science, technology, gaming, analogy, and philosophy into a tapestry that illuminates how the brain works and what enables consciousness. This remarkable book fosters a sense of mystery and wonder about the strangeness of the relationship between our inner selves and our environment.

Patrick House

Neuroscientist & writer; cares about mind-control parasites, free will, elegance, consciousness, A.I., and anything which echolocates.

Ph.D. in neuroscience from Stanford University, mentored by Dr. Robert Sapolsky. ResearchedToxoplasma gondii, the single-celled feline parasite. You may know the one. Gets into mouse brains and messes around with their fear of cats.

Wrote Nineteen Ways of Looking at Consciousness about how the brain telling itself stories is a kind of mind control because, really, what’s the difference between a protozoan, an electrode, or a fiction, as long as it gets in there and changes things?


Blackwell’s Bookshop
48-51 Broad Street
Oxford, Oxfordshire OX1 3BQ United Kingdom


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