this course was very broad and incredibly interesting. I highly recommend it as introduction to the philosophy of science, but I have to warn you: Once you have started, your journey won't stop here!
this is the great course for the people who are pursuing their carer in philosophy, philosophy of mind to be more precise and also for the people who are thinking of doing psychology later anytime.
By Biani P S L•
It is a simple and clear introduction to the current topics of philosophy of the cognitive sciences. Videos and additional readings are very interesting!
By Eric R P•
Los temas son fundamentales para iniciarse en el estudio de la cognición, a parte de los videos, las lecturas complementarias me parecieron excelentes.
By Karanveer S•
An amazing course where you get introduced to concepts like cognitive science, philosophy of mind, consciousness, etc. Simple and crisp content matter.
By Himanshu D•
A very helpful course that is easy to understand. Lecture Slides could have been better, especially the week 2 ones, but they were sufficient anyways.
By Ilias P•
A course for anyone interested in gaining a theoretical background about cognition,the brain and their links to artificial intelligence and robotics!
By Christos G•
Extremely interesting approach of cognition. I have been astonished! The structure of the course should be used an example for all online courses...
By Martin W B•
Embodied cognition is a new concept to me and very interesting. But it doesn't address the hard question of consciousness or the mind/body problem.
By Frank R•
Outstanding introductory philosophy course, taught in an accessible format by knowledgeable instructors. This is a rewarding and enjoyable course.
By Hanna a•
Great course! The course structure and material makes it easier to grasp the different concepts and makes navigating through the topics seamless!
By Francisco A M•
Fantastic experience. I really enjoyed the explanation of such complex topics. It is really a unique opportunity regarding philosophy of science.
By Javier P M•
Loved it. Never thought it was going to be this insightful. Grateful for running into this one and will tryout some more from this university.
By Ipekpinar C•
This course is quite helpful for the people who are coming from different disciplines just like me. It is quite interesting and informative.
By FRANCISCO D C P G•
The course focuses the top issues involving philsophy of sciences at present time, it is hosted by top figures in the field. Great course!
By Michael T•
Great. Very interesting, not an overwhelming amount of work, but a great starter for anyone interested in philosophy of the mind.
By luis j•
Fascinating, the course catches you from the first instances, the story is agile, interactive, enjoyable and very professional
By Michael O•
Very insightful introductory course on the subject with ample creatively shot video material and additional reading sources.
By Essaq A R•
At the first I would like to thank you from Edinburgh university to offered and especially thank you from all of my teachers
By Yingyi Z•
A very good introductory course to the philosophy of mind and machines. Ideas are well explained and very easy to follow.
By Nguyen V L•
This course has boarden my point of view and it also has shown me the link between artificial intelligent and philosophy.
By Jamie H•
Excellent course. I learned so much. Pairs really well with the first course on the philosophy of the physical sciences.
By Jilly M•
Awesome, I learned lots, loved the McGurk effect just for the name. Great intro to this interesting and growing field.
By Karina R J•
Thank you for a great and interesting course. It gave a lot of inspiration and new angels to how our brain thinks!:)
By Salvatore F•
Very fascinating tutorial. An open mind point of view about our brain and its relation with the world surrounding it
By Laura V•
It is a great introductory course, covering a vast variety of topics. I truly enjoyed taking it! Thank you so much!
By Omar S•
I enjoyed this course. It was a fun experience and I got some basic information on what cognitive sciences cover.