Does a reductionist believe that there is an “easy and “hard problem of consciousness?

Do you believe that consciousness will eventually be reduced to 31 part l(‘llliIl’
physiological state of the brain, once we know more about how the brain wm’l<s, or (In
you believe that even if we know how the brain works, COl’lSCl(illSll(‘SH will rmnsii n .1
mystery?
Write a sentence that states your position on this question.
2. Find where the article describes how “dualists” and “reductionists” about CollS(Ti()ll.‘»‘lll‘.’s‘.‘i
differ. State each position in your own words.
Dualists believe:
Reductionists believe:
3. In the article, which thinkers are listed as reductionists, and which are listed as (liiallsts?
An example of a dualist:
An example of a reductionist:
4. Explain in your own words what “the easy problem” and the “hard problem” of
consciousness are, according to Chalmers.
5. Does a reductionist believe that there is an “easy” and “hard” problem of consciousness?
Why or why not?
6. How does the phenomenon of “anesthesia awareness” relate to the question of whether
or not consciousness can be equated to a physiological state?
7. How does Tononi’s electromagnetic gun work? Describe it in as much detail as you can.
8. How_is the brain like NYC traffic, according to Lang? Explain his angle in as m 1 h
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detail as you can, in your own words.
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con 9 Else, In your ownlwords, Tononi 5 Integrated Information Theory” of
sciousness based on information from the article How doe h” h
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p ions o consciousness discussed in the article?

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