Define a problem, develop a significance section that supports the relevance of the problem and change (why is the problem important?
hehard problem of consciousnessis the problem of explaining why and how we haveorexperiences.
This is in contrast to the “easy problems” of explaining the physical systems that give us and other animals the ability to discriminate, integrate information, and so forth. These problems are seen as relatively easy because all that is required for their solution is to specify the mechanisms that perform such functions.Philosopherclaims that even once we have solved all such problems about the brain and experience, the hard problem will still persist.
The existence of a “hard problem” is controversial. It has been accepted bysuch as,,andandsuch as,,and.However, its existence is disputed by philosophers of mind such as,,,,and,and cognitive neuroscientists such as,,and.