Christoph Koch, the neuroscientist closest to the origin of consciousness

At a scientific conference, he made a bet with philosopher David Chalmers that in 25 years he would discover the neurotype. Lost, but still achieved

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Rosalia Sanchez

At a legendary science conference in Tucson in 1994, a scientist and a philosopher argued about whether or not consciousness is scientifically definable. German neuroscientist Christophe KochToday, Scientific Director of the Allen Institute for Brain Sciences, said: …

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