Dan Dennett:
Dan Dennett : les dangereux mèmes

TED2002 · 15:26 · Filmed Feb 2002
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En partant d'une simple histoire concernant une fourmi, le philosophe Dan Dennett nous offre une flopée d' idées qui lui permet de mettre en avant l'existence des mèmes: des concepts littéralement vivants.

Philosopher, cognitive scientist
Dan Dennett argues that human consciousness and free will are the result of physical processes. His latest book is "Intuition Pumps and Other Tools for Thinking," Full bio
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