Can neuroscience explain consciousness?

I think I would define consciousness in purely computational terms and I don’t think I’d make it dependent on the specific structure in which the computation takes place.

eg, perhaps: “An entity is said to be ‘conscious’ if its state changes according (at least in part) to a computational process in which the input data includes a partial model of the state of the computational process itself.”

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