Quentin Anciaux wrote:
...
> Another thing that puzzles me is that consciousness should be generated by 
> physical (and chemicals which is also "physical") activities of the brain, 
> yet I feel my consciousness (in fact me) is located in the upper front of my 
> skull... Why then neurons located in the back of my brain do not generate 
> conscious feeling ? And if they do participate, why am I located in the front 
> of my brain ? Why this location ? Why only a tiny part of the brain feels 
> conscious activities ?

Because you're not an ancient Greek.  They felt their  consciousness was 
located in their stomach.

Brent Meeker

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