In Part One of NATURALIZING CONSCIOUSNESS - the premiere event for the new podcast "On Consciousness with Bernard Baars" - neuroscientist David Edelman discusses his father, Nobel Laureate Gerald M. Edelman's life, reminisces about little known stories and milestones, and the professional artistry of GME's distinguished career and groundbreaking theories.
1st segment (:20 - 8:05) -- A Tribute to Nobel Laureate Gerald M. Edelman by Oliver Sacks and others, along with interviews with Gerald on Putting the Mind Back into Nature - in his own words.
2nd segment (8:06 - 18:03) -- Neuroscientist David Edelman discusses his father, Nobel Laureate Gerald M. Edelman's life, reminisces about little known stories and milestones, and the professional artistry of GME's distinguished career and theories.
In a nearly six decade long career, Gerald M. Edelman’s research spanned diverse areas of biological science, including immunology, developmental biology, and neuroscience. The common thread running through all of Dr. Edelman’s pursuits was an enduring interest in the relationship between biology and human experience.
Neural Darwinism represents the culmination of his efforts to reconcile the two.
NATURALIZING CONSCIOUSNESS: A Special Tribute to Nobel Laureate Gerald M. Edelman - Putting the Mind Back into Nature.
Conversations on the Biology of Subjectivity with Psychobiologist Bernard J. Baars, Neuroscientists David Edelman, Jay Giedd, and Jeffrey Krichmar; and Professional Magician Mark Mitton. Moderator, Natalie Geld.
COGNITIVE NEUROBIOLOGIST BERNARD J. BAARS, Author of "ON CONSCIOUSNESS: Science & Subjectivity - Updated Works on Global Workspace Theory"
NEUROSCIENTIST DAVID EDELMAN, PHD, Visiting Scholar, Dept of Psychological & Brain Sciences, Dartmouth College
NEUROSCIENTIST DR. JAY GIEDD, Director of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, Rady Children's Hospital; Professor of Psychiatry, UCSD School of Medicine
Video Podcast of Part 1 | Episode #2 - Naturalizing Consciousness: The professional artistry of Nobel Laureate Gerald Edelman illustrated in a special tribute by Gerald's son, neuroscientist and paleoanthropologist, David Edelman, PhD.
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