Gabriel Oak Rabin talks about the discipline of philosophy, some of the questions philosophers address, and ways that consciousness can (or can’t) be explained.
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Gabriel Rabin, a philosopher, makes a seemingly paradoxical statement. He says that the mind — something familiar, part of us — may be one of the last great frontiers of humanity's quest for knowledge. “Like deep space, or the bottom of the ocean, we know surprisingly little about what’s going on up there,” Rabin said.