Aangezien ik ook zo graag knaag heb ik nog wat recenters gevonden.
Gepeuter en wie weet een ontknoping in twee *ogenschijnlijk tegenstrijdige theorieën GWT en IIT. (Dankzij Templeton).
(Global workspace theory (GWT). Integrated Information Theory( IIT)).
En vervolgens ook nog andere mogelijke theorieën.
https://www.quantamagazine.org/neurosci ... -20190306/
A group of more than 50 leading neuroscientists, psychologists, cognitive scientists and others recently called for greater recognition of the importance of research on this difficult subject.
Koch would concur with that. “Everybody seems to have a pet theory of consciousness, but few of them are quantitative or predictive,” he said. He believes that both GWT and IIT are testable. “Logically speaking, they could be wrong, or both could capture certain aspects of reality.”
*Other Contending Theories
No one imagines that eliminating GWT or IIT would solve the mystery of what consciousness is. For one thing, there are other serious theories, too.
Among them, two common classes are called first-order and higher-order theories (HOTs).
To him, Lau says, IIT and GWT are “so different that I don’t know how to begin to compare them.” In contrast, Tagliazucchi thinks it possible that the two are essentially the same theory, but “developed from third- and first-person viewpoints.”