Talk:William Grey Walter
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I believe I have successfully merged this article with Grey Walter. If I have missed anything, please fix it. I have moved the content to this page because it had the more correct title.
Danny Beardsley 20:52, 11 Nov 2004 (UTC)
Angela, I was the author of this page as published in a magazine and the copyrights holder. Dr. Renato M.E. Sabbatini
- I've restored the content. Thanks for letting me know. I hope you can appreciate that the policy of removing the content is there to protect the rights of the copyright owners. If you're happy to release this under the GFDL and you are the original author, then we welcome your contribution. Thanks! Angela 02:07, 3 Sep 2003 (UTC)
- Cheers, Renato :) Martin
Dear MyRedDice, thanks for the superb job of joining the two articles. I am glad with the good result. I have added or modified a few things here and there, including a historical picture of Walter's 1957 toposcope. Renato Sabbatini, Nov 13 2004.
"Intriguingly, this effect brings into question the very notion of consciousness or free will"
It would bring into question free will (motile), but would only really bring into question the physical location of consciousness processes (not consciousness itself). -- 220.127.116.11 19:49, 7 June 2006 (UTC) (Formerly 18.104.22.168)
"One of these included, being hit meant food whilst whistling means food, and when conditioned such a whistle by itself means being hit. When he added another circuit tuned to a whistle of another pitch, this could become whistle means being hit, whistle means food, this would make the animal become "afraid" whenever food was presented. "