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I of the Vortex: From Neurons to Self by Rodolfo R. Llinás
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Return to Book Page. Preview — I of the Miro by Rodolfo R. I of the Vortex: From Neurons to Self by Rodolfo R. In I of the Vortex, Rodolfo Llinas, a founding father of modern brain science, presents an original view of the evolution and nature of mind. According to Llinas, the mindness state evolved to allow predictive interactions between mobile creatures and their environment.
He illustrates the early evolution of mind through a primitive animal called the sea squirt. The mobile In I of the Vortex, Rodolfo Llinas, a founding father of modern brain science, presents an original view of the evolution and nature of mind. The mobile larval form has a brainlike ganglion that receives sensory information about the surrounding environment. As an adult, the sea squirt attaches itself to a stationary object then digests most of its own brain.
This suggests that the nervous system evolved to allow active movement in animals. To move through the environment safely, a creature must anticipate the outcome of each cerbro on the basis of incoming sensory data. Thus the capacity to predict is most likely the ultimate brain function.
One could even say that Self imto the centralization of prediction. Hardcoverpages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To mmito other readers questions about I of the Vortexplease to up.
Lists with This Book. Oct 21, J rated it it was amazing. The “sea squirt” eating its own brain. The evolutionary development of a nervous system is an exclusive property of actively moving creatures.
Prediction is the ultimate function of the brain. Prediction and cetebro of movement. Prediction must have a goal. El punto de partida del Dr.
Entonces, para moverse activamente como estrategia exitosa de supervivencia usted necesita un cerebro que viene con la capacidad preinstalada de aprender, y usted necesita aprender acerca del contexto en el que se desenvuelve y luego a partir de ese aprendizaje ser capaz de formar ideas y percepciones que le permitan anticipar eventos, en otras palabras usted necesita pensar.
No obstante, es importante mencionar que la consciencia requiere de dos elementos: Usando la misma pregunta que el Dr. Aug 30, Miriam rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Every summer from untilI started to read this book. Every summer I understood more and more of it, and every summer I became even more determined to finish it. I finally finished it right before going off to college, and I am glad that I stuck it out.
I won’t try to summarize the book, but here is my favorite quotation from it: May 21, Ivonne rated it it was amazing Shelves: I read this book twice, it’s really worth it.
It is a technical book but combines the philosophy and science. You will learn a little about your senses and diseases. Sep 27, Patrick rated it it was ok. While there are some very interesting ideas in this book, Llinas is not very good at conveying them. He talks around the subject instead vel through it, he is llians bad at explaining difficult ideas, and he dramatically overestimates the level of jargon the average reader will understand.
Yes, I can understand when you say “caudate nucleus” and “sinusoidal”, but I studied neuroscience. Perhaps it is my own temperament; I was never very interested in the fine mechanical questions of neuroscience; they always seemed trivial, “Easy Problems” in Chalmers’ terms, electrical engineering when what we need is a theory of operating systems. Llinas spends page after page detailing these tiny mechanisms, never with any clear direction to the argument.
Maybe he just finds them fascinating. The core theory, however, is a very compelling one, and one I had not read before: It is deeply tied to the control of volitional movement. Indeed, one of the better parts of the book is when Llinas explains the developmental processes involved in the growth of muscles and the motor system, from simple rhythmic rodolco on upward to finer and finer control.
If ontogeny recapitulates phylogeny then it would strongly support his evolutionary argumentthough alas, the similarity is much exaggerated. In hindsight it seems almost obvious: Of course consciousness is related to motion! Animals are the sort of things that have both, and that’s no coincidence.
Yet in fact most neuroscientists operate under a working rodopfo that consciousness is some higher-order process, useful only for advanced forms of cognition; many don’t even ascribe h to other animals which I consider the malodorous residue of behaviorismand others think that it is purely an epiphenomenon with no causal power even though such things would literally violate basic laws of physics. Llinas is the first I’ve read so far who really understands that to explain consciousness we need to explain what consciousness DOES, what it is FOR; and voluntary motion seems like a very cetebro candidate for that explanation.
Sep 22, Gloria Rosolfo. Uno de los mejores libros que he leido. Sumamente interesante, aunque tiene dos capitulos un poquito pesados, pero vale la pena! Jul 14, DJ marked it as to-read Shelves: A speculative book on the neural roots of consciousness that actually receives eel in respectable publications?
Sep 18, Mark rated it really liked it. Slow going but worth the journey. Lo que es cierto es que es un libro iluminador sobre el yo, la mente y el cuerpo. Tan simple como es. Jul 07, Alexi Parizeau rated it it was amazing Shelves: I have a “wine cellar” of fine books that I save for special evenings, and this was one of the most precious in my collection.
It does not disappoint!
I of the Vortex: From Neurons to Self
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He is especially known muto his work on the physiology of the cerebellum, the thalamus, Thalamocortical dysrhythmia as well as for his pioneering work on the inferior olive, on the squid giant synapse and on human magnetoencephalography MEG. Books by Rodolfo R. Trivia About I of the Vortex: No trivia or quizzes yet. Quotes from I of the Vortex: That is to say, if we look at how the brain generates creativity, we will see that it is not a rational process at all; creativity is not born out of reasoning.
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