Consciousness and the Bicameral Mind: The Julian Jaynes Society Podcast

Listen to Consciousness and the Bicameral Mind: The Julian Jaynes Society Podcast, where we explore Princeton University psychologist Julian Jaynes’s theory of the origin of consciousness and the bicameral mind, as described in his best selling book, The Origin of Consciousness in the Breakdown of the Bicameral Mind.

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A Relay-Race Model of Conscious Interiority A Cultural Invention, Consciousness Needs to Be Relearned with Each Generation By Brian J. McVeigh Read by Michael R. Jacobs (⁠⁠www.theungoogleable.com⁠⁠, ⁠⁠www.youtube.com/@VoidDenizen⁠⁠). The word “consciousness” usually evokes something neuroanatomical, intimately bound up with perceptual experiences, an evolutionary psychological feature from our very distant past that is inherent to the brain itself. Consciousness for many seems to be a general term for any type of sensory, conceptual, or thinking process. This leads to muddled theorizing. Read the complete text from this episode here: https://www.julianjaynes.org/blog/julian-jaynes-theory/a-relay-race-model-of-conscious-interiority/ Learn more about Julian Jaynes's theory or become a member by visiting the Julian Jaynes Society at ⁠⁠⁠⁠www.julianjaynes.org⁠⁠⁠⁠.
  1. 09. A Relay-Race Model of Conscious Interiority
  2. 08. Consciousness Is a Cultural Add-on
  3. 07. Jaynesian Therapeutics and the Self-healing Mind: Part 2
  4. 06. Jaynesian Therapeutics and the Self-healing Mind: Part 1
  5. 05. Appreciating Other Facets of Jaynesian Psychology: Part 2
  6. 04. Appreciating Other Facets of Jaynesian Psychology: Part 1
  7. 03. Fact Checking Erik Hoel’s Comments on Julian Jaynes's Theory in "The World Behind The World"
  8. 02. Julian Jaynes, the Bicameral Mind, and the Origin of Consciousness | An Interview with Marcel Kuijsten