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July 10 , 2007

Consciousness:- A Bio-Philosophical Investigation


Taught philosophy by a pupil of Ludwig Wittgenstein, John Dale went on to become a medical doctor but retained a lifelong interest in philosophy, particularly in philosophy of mind. The biological and medical background lead to a desire to find a natural solution to the issues of consciousness.
Dale has published two previous books, one documenting his time as a flying doctor in the Canadian Arctic and the second being an account of the philosophy of vagueness, written as part of a motorcycle sidecar journey in British Columbia. In this more detailed book, the author describes a theory of consciousness seen as a natural phenomena, not requiring more than an understanding of evolution and a good understanding of the linguistic theory of Wittgenstein.

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This should appeal to the general curious reader with minimal background in philosophy and the author has tried to keep the medical and biological explanations for a general reader.

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