The vastness of the human brain is unfathomable but we continue to investigate and try to decode all its components and complexities. Brain-wise is nothing more than the participation in the unraveling of the inner workings of the mind.
Neurophilosophy is the blend of the philosophy of neuroscience and its explanations as they pertain to a myriad of cross-connections.
Neurophilosophical foundational issues revolve around research methodology pertaining to the causes and correlates of neurological input and output.
Neurophilosophy Includes but is not limited to a closer look into:
- Mind-brain architecture
- Recognition of greater mind-brain potential
- Analytical philosophy of the mind
- Brain structure macro that map into micro-components
- Neural output
- Activation frequency
- Brain processing
- Brain spiking frequencies
- Notions of consciousness
- Activation stimuli
- Ecstatic states of mind
- Sensory data
- Neural networks
- Compositional concepts
- Spatial-varying qualities
- Selective color experiences and therapeutic applications
- Dimensional shapes and shading patterns
- Mental content
- Pattern recognition
- Attempts at reformulation
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