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    William James: radical empiricist

    19/09/2016

    For the next in our series on Crick and Consciousness, Dr Emma Sutton contrasts Francis Crick’s materialist science of consciousness with that of 19th century psychologist William James, who developed a much broader understanding of what ‘counts’ as scientific evidence.… Continue reading

  • L0042295 Francis Crick lecturing in Mainz, Germany, 1969
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Francis Crick lecturing in Mainz, Germany.
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1969 Personal papers of Francis Harry Compton Crick
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    Francis Crick: anti-vitalist crusader

    16/09/2016

    In the next in our series about Crick and Consciousness, Dr Christine Aicardi tells us how she came to the conclusion that there may have been one underlying motivation for all of Crick’s research choices across different scientific fields. Although… Continue reading

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An interneuron in the hippocampus, computer-coloured.
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    Crick on consciousness

    14/09/2016

    In the States of Mind exhibition at Wellcome Collection you’ll find a small section dedicated to Francis Crick’s work on the science of consciousness. Since the Library also has Crick’s personal papers, we decided to take a closer look at… Continue reading