I have to admit, I’m a little bored with consciousness, and my heart slightly sinks when I see yet another piece that rehashes the same old arguments. However, I thoroughly enjoyed this refreshing Cristof Koch talk where he engagingly describes his own approach to the neural basis of conscious experience.
The talk is from a recent debate on consciousness that was covered by The Guardian and serves as a great introduction to some of the major issues in the field.
Despite a minor relapse of his Mac-affliction half way through (sufferers may note that there is now a maintenance treatment that can ease the path to full remission) the talk is ten well-spent minutes which might just re-ignite your interest in consciousness.
Link to video of consciousness talk at The Guardian.