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Not true! Our inner neurochemical life is a favorite topic of mine. For example – http://farcornercafe.blogspot.com/2016/10/common-pathways.html
I also have a more ‘detailed’ account from October 2016, but I won’t link to it here because there is a bit (tiny bit) of rough language.
Merry Christmas and/or Happy Holidays to us all
Feel free to share a link, as long as it comes with a warning. 🙂
Presumably you have seen this?
Happy holidays to you too!
I have seen that – huge Monty Python fan.
Here’s that other neurochemistry panel I mentioned. Trigger warning! Contains one reference to bovine byproducts and general criticism of humanity in general.
Well, Hume says pretty much just this…
They do — even in pop culture. In The Big Bang Theory, Sheldon and Amy’s first fight is about whose science (his physics or her neuroscience) is more foundational. He mentions that physics explains neurochemistry — but she points out that his physics, since it is a human concept (and can never be anything but), cannot exist without neurochemistry, and is defined by its processes and constrained by its limitations.
That is a *good* quote from Existential Comics.
it doesn’t matter to me