BIG News in Hayekian Brain / Learning / Memory Science

A new study published in Nature Neuroscience represents a breakthrough in explaining the biology of how the synaptic connection learning / memory process works:  “These results establish a causal relationship between learning-related increases in the numbers of defined synapses and the precision of learning and memory in the adult. The results further relate plasticity and . . . → Read More: BIG News in Hayekian Brain / Learning / Memory Science

JOAQUIN FUSTER LECTURING ON HAYEK & HIS SENSORY ORDER WORK

Famed UCLA neuroscientist Joaquin Fuster lecturing on Hayek’s sensory order work last fall:

Leslie Marsh tells the story — with additional photos — here.

BONUS — A letter from Hayek to Fuster, dated May 17, 1976. Just a handful of years a later major conference would be held on Hayek’s The Sensory Order, organized . . . → Read More: JOAQUIN FUSTER LECTURING ON HAYEK & HIS SENSORY ORDER WORK

WHAT WAS HAYEK READING IN 1919-1920?

Here are some of the references from Hayeks 1920 “Sensory Order” paper titled “BEITRAEGE ZUR THEORIE DER ENTWICKLUNG DES BEWUSSTSEINS” and dated “September 1920″:

W. Jerusalem, Lehrbuck der Psychologie, 4.Aufl. Wien 1907.

M. Verworn, Die Entwicklung des menschlichen Geistes, 4.Aufl. Jena 1920.

B. v. Carneri, Empfindung und Bewusstsein, Bonn 1893.

F. Jodl, Psychologie, 3.Aufl. Stuttgart . . . → Read More: WHAT WAS HAYEK READING IN 1919-1920?

video: Joaquin Fuster on Hayek, Neurscience & the Brain

World renowned UCLA neuroscientist Joaquin Fuster discusses Friedrich Hayek’s work in global brain theory in a video from 2006 (Spanish).

You can read Fuster’s professional credentials and scientific achievements listed here.

From Fuster’s 2003 book Cortex and Mind:  Unifying Cognition:

“Friedrich Hayek (1952) was the first to propose the representation of percepts and memories in . . . → Read More: video: Joaquin Fuster on Hayek, Neurscience & the Brain

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Random Quote

Man has certainly .. often learnt to do the right thing without comprehending why it was the right thing, and he is still often served better by custom than by understanding. — F. A. Hayek

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