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Has consciousness lost its mind?. Chronicle of Higher Education, Tom Bartlett, June 2018.
★The hardening of consciousness. New York Review of Books, Riccardo Manzotti and Tim Parks, September 2017.
Philosopher David Chalmers on consciousness, the hard problem and the nature of reality. ABC News (South Australia), Daniel Keane, July 2017.
Daniel Dennett’s science of the soul. New Yorker, Joshua Rothman, March 2017.
Are we living in the Matrix? One professor is considering it. Sarah Jackson, Washington Square News, March 2017.
Did the Oscars just prove that we are living in a computer simulation? (Short answer: no.) Adam Gopnik, New Yorker, February 2017.
Automation nightmare: Philosopher warns we are creating a world without consciousness. Paul Ratner, Big Think, February 2017.
What is philosophy’s point? John Horgan, Scientific American, January 2017.
Is the universe a simulation? Scientists debate. Space.com, Sarah Lewin, April 2016.
Are we living in a computer simulation? Scientific American, Clara Moscowitz, April 2016.
Are we living in a computer game? Daily Mail, Abigail Beall, April 2016.
Is technology eating our brains? The Age, Michael Coulter, February 2016.
Stoppard’s The Hard Problem: Seeking Science of Consciousness. The Pulse, Peter Crimmins, January 2016.
The Singularity and the Trouble with Consciousness LiveScience, Robert Kuhn, October 2015.
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Zombie blues and the hard problem of consciousness. Irish Times, Joe Humphreys, May 2014.
Chasing down the ghost in the machine. The Spectator, John Derbyshire, June 2014.
Mary and the Zombies: Can Science Explain Consciousness? New York Times, Gary Gutting, March 2013.
The Memex in Your Pocket. Slate, Will Oremus, March 2013.
Where Theory and Research Meet to Jam about the Mind. New York Times, Ariel Kaminer, December 2012.
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The many faces of subjective experience. The Australian, Ian Cuthbertson, May 2011.
iPhone, therefore I am: Are gadgets stealing our humanity?. Sydney Morning Herald, Asher Moses, May 2011.
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What Mind-Body Problem? Alex Byrne, Boston Review, April 2006.
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Unraveling the Mysteries of the State of Being. New York Times,Margaret Wertheim, April 2004
Can Robots Become Conscious? New York Times, Kenneth Chang, November 2003
Matrix Conception Could be More than a Movie, Professor Says. Wisconsin Badger Herald, Taylor Hughes, October 2003
The Mind Makes a Comeback. United Press International, Lou Marano, June 2003
Philosophers tackle the Matrix. Boston Globe, Alex Beam, April 2003
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