TABLE OF CONTENTS
|1 Mind and Matter: Beyond the Cartesian Dualism||2|
|2 Self-Organization: Reexamining the Basics||16|
|3 Modelling Systems with Intentional Dynamics: A Lesson from Quantum||53|
|4 Psychophysics: The Self-Referent Holonomic Observer-Observed Relation||102|
|5 Continuous Computation and the Emergence of the Discrete||121|
|6 Consciousness and Anesthesia: An Hypothesis Involving Biophoton||153|
Emission in the Microtubular Cytoskeleton of the Brain
|7 Self:Organization and Pavlov's Dogs: A Simple Model of the Brain||172|
|8 Non-Equilibrium Thermodynamics and the Brain||196|
|II. SPIKE TRAINS AND NETWORKS||207|
|9 As If Time Really Mattered: Temporal Strategies for Neural Coding of||208|
|10 Are Neural Spike Trains Deterministically Chaotic or Stochastic Processes?||253|
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Book title: Origins:Brain and Self Organization.
Contributors: Karl Pribram - Editor.
Publisher: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
Place of publication: Hillsdale, NJ.
Publication year: 1994.
Page number: iii.
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