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Unmasking the source of the subjective
experience behind human consciousness is less
likely to demonstrate how mental processes can
be eliminated from material explanations than to
demonstrate how they are implicit in them.
And this may help us to recognize that the
universe isn't, after all, the soulless,
blindly spinning clockwork we fear we are a
part of, but is, instead, nascent heart and mind.

Terrence W. Deacon



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Daniel Reynolds received his BA in Linguistics from the University of Oregon in 2001 and his MFA in Film Studies from Boston University in 2004. He completed a UCSB dissertation on film and videogame aesthetics as seen from the perspective of embodied cognitive science in 2012. He is currently Assistant Professor of Film and Media Studies at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia.

 

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