Finland Distinguished Professor Stuart Kauffman gave a series of 8 lectures at Tampere University of Technology in April 2010.
Note: The lectures are available below in two alternative formats. Video stream is convenient if you have a fast internet connection. Otherwise it is practical to download the videos to your own computer and play them locally.
1) Can a Poised Quantum-Classical Realm Exist(Wednesday 7.4. at 12-14, Festia Lecture Hall 2)
2) The Philosophy of Mind (Thursday 8.4. at 12-14, Festia Lecture Hall 2)
3) Is the Human Mind Algorithmic? (Friday 9.4. at 12-14, Festia Lecture Hall 2)
4) How Can Mind Act On Matter? (Wednesday 14.4. at 14-16 in Festia Lecture Hall 2)
5) Toward A Responsible Free Will (Thursday 15.4. at 14-16 in Tietotalo TB104)
6) The Hard Problem Consciousness (Monday 19.4. at 14-16 in Festia Lecture Hall 2)
7) To Be Is To Be Perceived: A Clue To the Observer Quantum Measurement Problem (Tuesday 20.4. at 14-16 in Tietotalo TB104)
8) Current Models and Experiments on Origin of Life (Monday 26.4. at 14-16 in Tietotalo TB104)