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Sankalpa

Scientists and philosophers have pondered the fundamental questions of consciousness for centuries. But even now, research into what are the most robust basic theories of consciousness from a neuroscience perspective is still embryonic. The fundamental questions of our existence and their implications for us as a society are the questions that most engage me as […]

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Scientists and philosophers have pondered the fundamental questions of consciousness for centuries. But even now, research into what are the most robust basic theories of consciousness from a neuroscience perspective is still embryonic. The fundamental questions of our existence and their implications for us as a society are the questions that most engage me as a philanthropist. This is particularly so in this moment of global crisis, and on the heels of the exponential growth of technology radically shifting the human experience.

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