Free community lecture: Consciousness: Is the Mind Infinite?
An upcoming free community lecture at Swansea University will present some startling evidence that mind is much more than a by-product of brain activity.
Lecture: Consciousness: Is the Mind Infinite?
Wednesday 3rd May 2017, 6.45pm – 8.30pm – Anthony Peake.
Venue: Fulton House West Room, Swansea University, Singleton Park, Swansea, SA2 8PP.
What is matter? Never mind. What is mind? No matter? How does a collection of inanimate atoms come together to create a mind that can wonder what atoms are? In this lecture, author, Anthony Peake will discuss the latest findings regarding the age-old mind-body problem and will be presenting some startling evidence that mind is much more than simply an epiphenomenon of brain function.
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Admission is free but please note that for some lectures seating is limited so please contact 01792 602211 / email@example.com to book in advance to avoid disappointment.
The lecture forms part of the 8th series of lectures organised by The Department of Adult and Continuing Education (DACE), Swansea University. More information on the DACE Community Based Public Lectures here.
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