• Holism & Reductionism

    Follow along with the course eBook: https://goo.gl/sWUF5j See the full course: http://complexitylabs.io/coursesHolism and reductionism represent two paradigms or worldviews within science and philosophy that provide fundamentally different accounts as how to best view, interpret and reason about the world around us. Reductionism places an emphasis on the constituent parts of a system, while holism places an emphasis on the whole system. Twitter: https://goo.gl/Nu6Qap Facebook: https://goo.gl/ggxGMT LinkedIn:https://goo.gl/3v1vwF

    published: 25 Sep 2016
  • Reductionism

    A short introduction to the concepts of reductionism and emergence in philosophy and science, with their profound implications for human phenomena such as free will, consciousness, and morality.

    published: 10 Oct 2012
  • The Reductionist Delusion

    Please watch this video in fullscreen and high-definition (1080p) for the optimal viewing experience. --- Is life really a game of pinball? Are human actions merely the result of initial conditions, physics, and chance? This view has been adopted by some of the leading scientists of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. However, is it a hypothesis truly scientific? Does the data taken from both experimental science and real life experience support such a claim or does it point to a different conclusion? The Reductionist Delusion presents a critical look, from the position of commonsense illustrated using statistical mathematics, at the theoretical position that all life's actions are the result of initial conditions, physics, and chance. --- This video is licensed under CC BY...

    published: 30 Apr 2014
  • 21. Chaos and Reductionism

    (May 19, 2010) Professor Robert Sapolsky gives what he calls "one of the most difficult lectures of the course" about chaos and reductionism. He references a book that he assigned to his students. This lecture focuses on reduction science and breaking things down to their component parts in order to understand them best. Stanford University: http://www.stanford.edu/ Stanford Department of Biology: http://biology.stanford.edu/ Stanford University Channel on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/stanford

    published: 01 Feb 2011
  • How Reductionism Uncovered Secrets of Long-term and Short-term Memory | Eric Kandel

    A powerful scientific method of observation has helped scientists understand the brain. That method closely parallels Nobel Prize-winner Eric Kandel's journey to make his most famous discoveries. Kandel's latest book is "Reductionism in Art and Brain Science: Bridging the Two Cultures" (https://goo.gl/z9xUXK). Read more at BigThink.com: http://bigthink.com/videos/eric-kandel-on-reductionism-and-the-biology-of-memory Follow Big Think here: YouTube: http://goo.gl/CPTsV5 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BigThinkdotcom Twitter: https://twitter.com/bigthink Transcript - What reductionism allows you to do is to take a complex problem and focus on one component of it and try to understand it in some detail. And sometimes you can just do it by focusing on one component, other times it requir...

    published: 26 Oct 2016
  • Theology and Scientific Reductionism

    Panelists (from left to right) Dr. Paul Louis Metzger (Professor of Theology of Culture, Multnomah University and Seminary) Dr. Steven Kolmes (Chair of Science, University of Portland) Derrick Peterson (M.Div.T.S., Th.M.) Dr. Sarah Gall (Chair of Biology, Multnomah University) Sharad Yadav (Pastor of Bread and Wine Church, Portland) Dr. David Wilson (Adjunct Professor of Theology, George Fox University)

    published: 08 Jun 2017
  • The limitations of using reductionism in biology (Chaos theory)

    Brilliant lecture about chaos theory and the butterfly effect.

    published: 06 Aug 2013
  • Robert Sapolsky - The usefulness of reductionism and reductive science

    21. Chaos and Reductionism http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_njf8jwEGRo 01-31-30 - 01-37-26

    published: 18 Jun 2016
  • Limits of science and scientific method, alternatives to reductionism George Ellis, 2004 Templeton Prize winner

    published: 08 Jul 2009
  • Lecture 3 Ken Wilber's Scientific Reductionism

    published: 10 Sep 2015
  • The New World Order Religion of Authoritative Psyentific Materialistic Reductionism

    Psyentocracy is the worship of "psyentism" based on faith in mythematics, materialistic reductionism and faith in the so-called theorists (guessers) who are considered to be the media promoted and hyped to the extreme saints of this mind control religion falsely called science. This demonic psyence is owned by control freaks, aka tptb and their new world order slave paradigm. What is practiced in academia is the mind controlled version of science owned and authored by the jesuit and zionist masonic illuminati, which is more correctly termed "psyentocracy.. This slave psyence has been forced upon humanity as a way of eliminating the Creator from its Creation and placing the stooges considered geniuses by this system of mind control in places of authority where they receive endless praise...

    published: 25 Apr 2015
  • The philosophy of reductionism! January 20, 2016 Dr. Glidden show

    Reductionism argues that if it can’t be measured it does not exist. Since nobody has measured the soul nor seen it inside the human body, then to the reductionistic MD it doesn’t exist. So your medical doctor is trained to believe that the human body is a soulless bag of biochemicals waiting to break – and when something does break, it is not the doctor’s job to cure that condition. It’s the doctors job to manage the symptomatic expression of the illness with whatever means they have necessary: pharmaceuticals; radiation; or surgery. More about Dr. Glidden Click here to subscribe to our YouTube Channel! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClsv...... Take the supplements that Dr. Glidden takes! http://www.eiffelhealth.com Checkout our daily podcast! http://www.glidden.healthcare/podcast/...

    published: 21 Jan 2016
  • Brave New World. Nature, culture and the limits of reductionism, Susan Haack

    The lecture of Susan Haack in the lecture series "The Limits of Science VII: Ingenious scholars - brilliant theories". The intro music is a fragment of "Readers! Do You Read?" by Chris Zabriskie (CC BY 4.0).

    published: 28 Sep 2015
  • Eric Kandel: Unconscious Decision Making

    Nobel-Prize winning neuropsychiatrist Eric Kandel describes new research which hints at the possibility of a biological basis to the unconscious mind. Eric Kandel: Reductionism acknowledges from the outset that I'm not looking at the whole picture; I'm only looking at part of the picture. But the reason I'm doing that is because I really want to understand that. Looking at the whole picture is too complicated. So, when Harvey was trying to understand how the body works, he focused in on the heart and he realized that the function of the heart is not to serve as the soul, but to serve as a muscular pump that pushes blood around the circulation.  So I know that your heart and my heart is not the seat of my soul or your soul; it's a pump.  Does that make it any less magical?  Do I have less ...

    published: 07 Jun 2012
  • Philosophy of the Mind Episode Four: Introduction to Reductionism

    published: 28 May 2013
  • reductionism psychology gis

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  • Re: Scientific Reductionism

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  • The Science of Brain Health and Cognitive Decline | Eric Kandel

    Kandel's latest book is "Reductionism in Art and Brain Science: Bridging the Two Cultures" (https://goo.gl/z9xUXK). Read more at BigThink.com: http://bigthink.com/videos/eric-kandel-on-memory-loss-lifelong-learning-and-brain-health Follow Big Think here: YouTube: http://goo.gl/CPTsV5 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BigThinkdotcom Twitter: https://twitter.com/bigthink Transcript - There are two major forms of learning: implicit or explicit or declarative and non-declarative. The simple form of learning, which I studied in Aplysia, which holds true for all invertebrate animals, is learning of perceptual and motor skills. More complex learning involves the hippocampus requires conches participation and it involves learning about people, places and objects. So two different systems, imp...

    published: 19 Dec 2016
  • Re: Scientific Reductionism (part 2-2)

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    published: 04 Apr 2009
  • What is reductionism? How can it be avoided?

    Many modern science leaders argue that our human, daily experience is an illusion; that we are "nothing but" particles, or atoms, or behavior programs, etc. Two scientists review these claims and propose scientific ways to refute them. Recorded May 15, 2016 at National Presbyterian Church, Washington DC.

    published: 15 May 2016
  • Reductionism

    Find out more http://www.TimFreke.com A short clip of philosopher Tim Freke talking about reductionism in science and spirituality.

    published: 09 Jun 2015
  • What is Reductionism? | Definition of Reductionism | Reductionism Explained

    What is Reductionism? | Definition of Reductionism | Reductionism Explained: Reductionism refers to several related philosophical ideas regarding the associations between phenomena which can be described in terms of other phenomena, the latter of which are considered in some manner simpler or more fundamental. The Oxford Companion to Philosophy suggests that reductionism is "one of the most used and abused terms in the philosophical lexicon" and suggests a three part division: 1. Ontological reductionism: a belief that the whole of reality consists of a minimal number of parts. 2. Methodological reductionism: the scientific attempt to provide explanation in terms of ever smaller entities. 3. Theory reductionism: the suggestion that a newer theory does not replace or absorb an older one, bu...

    published: 28 Nov 2017
  • Philosophy of Science with Hilary Putnam

    Bryan Magee and Hilary Putnam discuss some of the basic issues in the philosophy of science and the philosophy of mathematics including the nature of scientific knowledge, methodology, demarcation, objectivity, the notion of truth (the correspondence theory), inductive logic, reductionism, the fact-value dichotomy, materialism, and various other things... Hilary Putnam was an American philosopher, mathematician, and computer scientist who was a central figure in analytic philosophy. He made important contributions to many fields, including logic, philosophy of mind, mathematics, philosophy of language, epistemology, and the philosophy of science. I recommend Putnam's work. You can read his book "Reason, Truth, and History" online here: https://ia902606.us.archive.org/23/items/HilaryPutna...

    published: 09 Nov 2015
  • Reductionism

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Holism & Reductionism

Holism & Reductionism

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Follow along with the course eBook: https://goo.gl/sWUF5j See the full course: http://complexitylabs.io/coursesHolism and reductionism represent two paradigms or worldviews within science and philosophy that provide fundamentally different accounts as how to best view, interpret and reason about the world around us. Reductionism places an emphasis on the constituent parts of a system, while holism places an emphasis on the whole system. Twitter: https://goo.gl/Nu6Qap Facebook: https://goo.gl/ggxGMT LinkedIn:https://goo.gl/3v1vwF
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Reductionism

Reductionism

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A short introduction to the concepts of reductionism and emergence in philosophy and science, with their profound implications for human phenomena such as free will, consciousness, and morality.
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The Reductionist Delusion

The Reductionist Delusion

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Please watch this video in fullscreen and high-definition (1080p) for the optimal viewing experience. --- Is life really a game of pinball? Are human actions merely the result of initial conditions, physics, and chance? This view has been adopted by some of the leading scientists of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. However, is it a hypothesis truly scientific? Does the data taken from both experimental science and real life experience support such a claim or does it point to a different conclusion? The Reductionist Delusion presents a critical look, from the position of commonsense illustrated using statistical mathematics, at the theoretical position that all life's actions are the result of initial conditions, physics, and chance. --- This video is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/
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21. Chaos and Reductionism

21. Chaos and Reductionism

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(May 19, 2010) Professor Robert Sapolsky gives what he calls "one of the most difficult lectures of the course" about chaos and reductionism. He references a book that he assigned to his students. This lecture focuses on reduction science and breaking things down to their component parts in order to understand them best. Stanford University: http://www.stanford.edu/ Stanford Department of Biology: http://biology.stanford.edu/ Stanford University Channel on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/stanford
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How Reductionism Uncovered Secrets of Long-term and Short-term Memory | Eric Kandel

How Reductionism Uncovered Secrets of Long-term and Short-term Memory | Eric Kandel

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A powerful scientific method of observation has helped scientists understand the brain. That method closely parallels Nobel Prize-winner Eric Kandel's journey to make his most famous discoveries. Kandel's latest book is "Reductionism in Art and Brain Science: Bridging the Two Cultures" (https://goo.gl/z9xUXK). Read more at BigThink.com: http://bigthink.com/videos/eric-kandel-on-reductionism-and-the-biology-of-memory Follow Big Think here: YouTube: http://goo.gl/CPTsV5 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BigThinkdotcom Twitter: https://twitter.com/bigthink Transcript - What reductionism allows you to do is to take a complex problem and focus on one component of it and try to understand it in some detail. And sometimes you can just do it by focusing on one component, other times it requires selecting a particular biological system if you're working in biology, in which that component is prominent or easy to study. And that allows you to study in depth the problem. It will be hard to do if you looked at it in all its complexities. For me the reductionist approach was really very profitable and not something that I really thought a lot about before. I originally went to medical school with the idea of becoming a psychoanalyst. I didn't have a strong biological background at all. And then in my senior year at medical school there was a five-month elective period in which you could do whatever you wanted to and I thought that even a psychoanalyst should know something about the brain. And so I took an elective in brain science. There were very few people doing brain science in those days, but Columbia had an outstanding person, Harry Grenfist. And I worked in his lab and I worked with one of his associates Don Perpera and had an absolutely spectacular experience. Read Full Transcript Here: https://goo.gl/IHjkwj.
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Theology and Scientific Reductionism

Theology and Scientific Reductionism

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Panelists (from left to right) Dr. Paul Louis Metzger (Professor of Theology of Culture, Multnomah University and Seminary) Dr. Steven Kolmes (Chair of Science, University of Portland) Derrick Peterson (M.Div.T.S., Th.M.) Dr. Sarah Gall (Chair of Biology, Multnomah University) Sharad Yadav (Pastor of Bread and Wine Church, Portland) Dr. David Wilson (Adjunct Professor of Theology, George Fox University)
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The limitations of using reductionism in biology (Chaos theory)

The limitations of using reductionism in biology (Chaos theory)

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Brilliant lecture about chaos theory and the butterfly effect.
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Robert Sapolsky - The usefulness of reductionism and reductive science

Robert Sapolsky - The usefulness of reductionism and reductive science

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21. Chaos and Reductionism http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_njf8jwEGRo 01-31-30 - 01-37-26
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Limits of science and scientific method, alternatives to reductionism   George Ellis, 2004 Templeton Prize winner

Limits of science and scientific method, alternatives to reductionism George Ellis, 2004 Templeton Prize winner

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Lecture 3  Ken Wilber's Scientific Reductionism

Lecture 3 Ken Wilber's Scientific Reductionism

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The New World Order Religion of Authoritative Psyentific Materialistic Reductionism

The New World Order Religion of Authoritative Psyentific Materialistic Reductionism

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Psyentocracy is the worship of "psyentism" based on faith in mythematics, materialistic reductionism and faith in the so-called theorists (guessers) who are considered to be the media promoted and hyped to the extreme saints of this mind control religion falsely called science. This demonic psyence is owned by control freaks, aka tptb and their new world order slave paradigm. What is practiced in academia is the mind controlled version of science owned and authored by the jesuit and zionist masonic illuminati, which is more correctly termed "psyentocracy.. This slave psyence has been forced upon humanity as a way of eliminating the Creator from its Creation and placing the stooges considered geniuses by this system of mind control in places of authority where they receive endless praise as "intellectual gods" from the heavily rigged media and academia owned by the nefarious forces who control this world, ie. the illuminati, for example einstein. These atheists are placed in positions where the can deny the very source of their being, our Creator and pretend that they are the new gods who will save mankind with their backwards slave psyence and backwards destructive technologies, which are ruining our world .Evolution has been exposed in great detail as being the work of the forces of hell and deception. If you do not know this already there is a ton of stuff debunking it here on youtube so go study it yourself. Freud = psycho-babble FRAUD! atheist jews and jesuits are destroying this world and enslaving all of us to their demonic goals of world control and domination of everyone under their evil control! Originally posted here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FPeyJvXU68k This slave psyence has been exposed in full on my website and my youtube channel: Free Energy and Free Thinking: Science based on Nature is the only true Science: http://www.feandft.com Mirrored by Robert Otey 4-25-15
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The philosophy of reductionism! January 20, 2016 Dr. Glidden show

The philosophy of reductionism! January 20, 2016 Dr. Glidden show

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Reductionism argues that if it can’t be measured it does not exist. Since nobody has measured the soul nor seen it inside the human body, then to the reductionistic MD it doesn’t exist. So your medical doctor is trained to believe that the human body is a soulless bag of biochemicals waiting to break – and when something does break, it is not the doctor’s job to cure that condition. It’s the doctors job to manage the symptomatic expression of the illness with whatever means they have necessary: pharmaceuticals; radiation; or surgery. More about Dr. Glidden Click here to subscribe to our YouTube Channel! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClsv...... Take the supplements that Dr. Glidden takes! http://www.eiffelhealth.com Checkout our daily podcast! http://www.glidden.healthcare/podcast/ Watch my radio show live! http://www.glidden.healthcare/radio/ EDUCATION • 1976 – 1977: Williams College, Williamstown MA1980: Certified to teach Yoga by the state of California after completing a 6 month intensive Yoga Teacher Training course at Ananda Cooperative Community in Grass Valley, CA1987: BS Pre Med – University of Massachusetts, Amherst MA • 1991: Doctoral Degree in Naturopathic Medicine (ND) – Bastyr University, Seattle WA • 1987 – Present: Member of American Association of Naturopathic Physicians • 1992 – 2002: Member Massachusetts Society of Naturopathic Physicians • 1992 – Present: Private practice of Naturopathic Medicine HAS BEEN LICENSED TO PRACTICE NATUROPATHIC MEDICINE SINCE 1992 • Over 150 lectures worldwide since 2009 • Author of "The MD Emperor Has No ClothesRadio host of "The Dr. Glidden Show" 1 hour weekday program on GCNLive.com • Regular guest on Radio show "Dead Doctor's Don't Lie" since 2010Television appearances on public TV promoting Naturopathic Medicine. More from Dr. Glidden www.glidden.healthcare.com on Twitter @ drpeterglidden on Instagram https://instagram.com/gliddenhealthcare/
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Brave New World. Nature, culture and the limits of reductionism, Susan Haack

Brave New World. Nature, culture and the limits of reductionism, Susan Haack

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The lecture of Susan Haack in the lecture series "The Limits of Science VII: Ingenious scholars - brilliant theories". The intro music is a fragment of "Readers! Do You Read?" by Chris Zabriskie (CC BY 4.0).
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Eric Kandel: Unconscious Decision Making

Eric Kandel: Unconscious Decision Making

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Nobel-Prize winning neuropsychiatrist Eric Kandel describes new research which hints at the possibility of a biological basis to the unconscious mind. Eric Kandel: Reductionism acknowledges from the outset that I'm not looking at the whole picture; I'm only looking at part of the picture. But the reason I'm doing that is because I really want to understand that. Looking at the whole picture is too complicated. So, when Harvey was trying to understand how the body works, he focused in on the heart and he realized that the function of the heart is not to serve as the soul, but to serve as a muscular pump that pushes blood around the circulation.  So I know that your heart and my heart is not the seat of my soul or your soul; it's a pump.  Does that make it any less magical?  Do I have less respect for your heart or my heart because I realize how it functions?  No.  Number one.  Number two, once you understand how components function, you'll want to put it into the context of the body as a whole--what are the major arteries that come out of the heart, how do they feed oxygen to the muscles in the body, etcetera, etcetera, etcetera?  So we want to do a reductionism in order to understand particular components, but then as Paul Allen is showing, we need to put the components together.  We need a new synthesis.  And so we need to put it in a larger context.  So that leaves the residual issue as to what degree does the acknowledgment that all mental function, including my religious beliefs, emanate from the brain.  People have difficulty with it.  They want to think there's a mind out there some place that carries on after I'm dead and that mediates a lot of these spiritual values, and I don't find good evidence to support that as far as I can tell.  All mental functions, from the most trivial reflex to the most sublime creative experience, come from the brain.  We have reason to believe that some aspects of free will you are not consciously aware of.  I don't think that necessarily means that you're not free, but you're not consciously aware of it.  And the background from that comes from a famous experiment that Benjamin Libet did, and I forget when it was, 1971, thereabouts, in which he did a fascinating experiment.  He asked subjects to make a decision to move their hand and to indicate by pressing a button when they're making that decision.  And he had electrodes on their head, and it turned out that before I made a decision to move my hand, an electrical potential appeared in my brain that preceded my conscious decision to move the hand.  So you can be aware of my wanting to move the hand consciously without my being aware of it.  That means the decision was made unconsciously.Now, when Ben Libet came out with that, it shook up the scientific community.  Do you think Freud would have been surprised about that?  He said from the very beginning, much of our mental life is unconscious.  We now know we make a lot of decisions, we choose our partner in part by unconscious evaluations.  There are lots of decisions that are made unconsciously then consciously. Conscious decision-making is very good when there are two alternatives because you can focus consciously very effectively on one thing at a time.  If you've got a lot of options . . . now this was not my case, but you who have lots of women who are interested in you, probably can choose from many of them.  That decision that you have to make is likely to be more effective if you make it unconsciously.  So there is now a whole psychology on unconscious decision-making that is emerging, in part stimulated by Libet's interest but also a continuation from Freud's interest.   Directed / Produced byJonathan Fowler & Elizabeth Rodd
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Philosophy of the Mind Episode Four: Introduction to Reductionism

Philosophy of the Mind Episode Four: Introduction to Reductionism

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reductionism psychology gis

reductionism psychology gis

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Re: Scientific Reductionism

Re: Scientific Reductionism

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The Science of Brain Health and Cognitive Decline | Eric Kandel

The Science of Brain Health and Cognitive Decline | Eric Kandel

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Kandel's latest book is "Reductionism in Art and Brain Science: Bridging the Two Cultures" (https://goo.gl/z9xUXK). Read more at BigThink.com: http://bigthink.com/videos/eric-kandel-on-memory-loss-lifelong-learning-and-brain-health Follow Big Think here: YouTube: http://goo.gl/CPTsV5 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BigThinkdotcom Twitter: https://twitter.com/bigthink Transcript - There are two major forms of learning: implicit or explicit or declarative and non-declarative. The simple form of learning, which I studied in Aplysia, which holds true for all invertebrate animals, is learning of perceptual and motor skills. More complex learning involves the hippocampus requires conches participation and it involves learning about people, places and objects. So two different systems, implicit learning, which does not involve conscious participation, involves a number of systems in the brain. In the simplest cases just reflects pathways themselves, but in other cases it could involve the amygdala for emotional learning, the basal ganglia for some motor tasks. So these are a variety of systems, but the hippocampus is not in any fundamental way involved. In the learning of people places and objects it involves conscious participation and it involves the hippocampus. The hippocampus is not critical throughout the lifetime of the memory, but it's critical for the initial storing and consolidation of the memory. So these are two very fundamental systems. Mammals have them both, invertebrate animals only have one. Life long learning is extremely important and the more we learn about life span the more important we realize it is. First of all it's pleasurable. Most people after a while realize when they acquire new knowledge about something that it's really quite an enjoyable experience. But also it's like doing exercise, in fact it's exercise of the brain. It's good for you. So as people age they're susceptible to one of two kinds of cognitive declines. One is Alzheimer's disease, which begins in the 70s but becomes almost an epidemic when people are in their 90s when almost have the populations has Alzheimer's disease. And the other, which was only recently appreciated to be quite distinct from Alzheimer's disease, is called age related memory loss. The difference between Alzheimer's disease in the sense that it starts earlier, it starts in mid life; it involves a different part of the brain it starts in the dentate gyrus, Alzheimer's disease starts in the entorhinal cortex. And it is prevented. You can prevent it. And also to some degree you might be able to reverse it. Read Full Transcript Here: https://goo.gl/319R5f.
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Re: Scientific Reductionism (part 2-2)

Re: Scientific Reductionism (part 2-2)

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What is reductionism?  How can it be avoided?

What is reductionism? How can it be avoided?

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Many modern science leaders argue that our human, daily experience is an illusion; that we are "nothing but" particles, or atoms, or behavior programs, etc. Two scientists review these claims and propose scientific ways to refute them. Recorded May 15, 2016 at National Presbyterian Church, Washington DC.
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Reductionism

Reductionism

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Find out more http://www.TimFreke.com A short clip of philosopher Tim Freke talking about reductionism in science and spirituality.
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What is Reductionism? | Definition of Reductionism | Reductionism Explained

What is Reductionism? | Definition of Reductionism | Reductionism Explained

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What is Reductionism? | Definition of Reductionism | Reductionism Explained: Reductionism refers to several related philosophical ideas regarding the associations between phenomena which can be described in terms of other phenomena, the latter of which are considered in some manner simpler or more fundamental. The Oxford Companion to Philosophy suggests that reductionism is "one of the most used and abused terms in the philosophical lexicon" and suggests a three part division: 1. Ontological reductionism: a belief that the whole of reality consists of a minimal number of parts. 2. Methodological reductionism: the scientific attempt to provide explanation in terms of ever smaller entities. 3. Theory reductionism: the suggestion that a newer theory does not replace or absorb an older one, but reduces it to more basic terms. Theory reduction itself is divisible into three parts: translation, derivation and explanation. ………………………………………………………………………………….. Sources: Text: Text of this video has been taken from Wikipedia, which is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License ………………………………………………………………………………….. Tags: What is reductionism, Definition of reductionism, Meaning of reductionism, Define reductionism, reductionism definition, reductionism meaning,
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Philosophy of Science with Hilary Putnam

Philosophy of Science with Hilary Putnam

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Bryan Magee and Hilary Putnam discuss some of the basic issues in the philosophy of science and the philosophy of mathematics including the nature of scientific knowledge, methodology, demarcation, objectivity, the notion of truth (the correspondence theory), inductive logic, reductionism, the fact-value dichotomy, materialism, and various other things... Hilary Putnam was an American philosopher, mathematician, and computer scientist who was a central figure in analytic philosophy. He made important contributions to many fields, including logic, philosophy of mind, mathematics, philosophy of language, epistemology, and the philosophy of science. I recommend Putnam's work. You can read his book "Reason, Truth, and History" online here: https://ia902606.us.archive.org/23/items/HilaryPutnam/PutnamHilary-ReasonTruthAndHistory.pdf This interview is from a 1978 BBC program, transcript/subtitles available.
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Reductionism

Reductionism

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