Sir John Eccles

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John Eccles (1903 - 1997) is the prize-winning author of Mind and Brain. He won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1963.

In addition to this purely scientific study of the brain, Eccles has followed Sherrington in developing a philosophy of the human person that is consonant with the whole of brain science. Nobel Prize bio
Over the course of several decades, partly in collaboration with the philosopher of science Sir Karl Popper, Eccles has developed an alternative theory of the mind, known as dualist-interactionism. - David Pratt [1]

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