Weekend Reading is a regular feature with three links to fascinating, provocative, or particularly well-written, (usually) long-form pieces collected over the last three years. There will not be a test, but there may be a theme.
Three* thought-provoking pieces just for you…
~On Being an Octopus: It’s about exactly what it says it’s about. Fascinating throughout.
~How Consciousness Works: From Aeon, which has published more amazing stuff in the last six months than I can keep up with.
~The Scientific Riddle of Consciousness?: This one, published in the New Yorker, is chock-a-block with great links, most greatly, to the work of philosopher David Chalmers who will blow your mind if you give him the chance.
~There is Only Awe: Part book review, part reflection on consciousness, the author, Rachel Aviv, is a routinely impressive writer, thinker and researcher. Her stuff is ALWAYS worth reading. This is no exception.