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COMPLEX SYSTEMS SYMPOSIUM<br>Fathoming Consciousness: Meaning and Measurement</br>

Friday, February 14, 2014
12:00 AM
4th Floor Rackham

A symposium free and open to the public

The University of Michigan branch of the Institute for Complex Adaptive Matter and the Center for the Study of Complex Systems Announces the following upcoming symposium:

Fathoming Consciousness: Meaning and Measurement

Coffee and snacks provided

Registration not required


Consciousness and the Dying Brain
George Mashour—UM, Neuroscience and Anesthesiology

That Which is Clear and Knowing: Buddhist Views of Consciousness
Donald Lopez—UM, Asian Languages and Cultures

The Diverse Accounts of Consciousness Now Available, and a Possible Way to Get Past Them
Paul Churchland—UC San Diego, Philosophy

Levels of Consciousness
John Holland—UM, Psychology and Complex Systems

Evolutionary Approach to Artificial Consciousness
Chris Adami—Michigan State University, Microbiology and Molecular
Genetics


Organizers:

J.W. Allen, C. R. Doering and P. Grim

University of Michigan

We will have a poster session. For more information, contact cscs@umich.edu

Complex Systems Seminars listings for Winter 2014.