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This article describes a two-decade experience in teaching "Neurosciences for the Humanities: art, philosophy and the brain. "The course is a discussion about sensory physiology, knowledge, and the arts. The physiology of the senses provides interesting insights into how we get knowledge of the world and its reliability. This is a major topic in the philosophical tradition, which in turn leads to other interesting and timely questions such as what is science, belief, pseudoscience ordoi:10.3389/feduc.2019.00158 fatcat:peyjvt32dbfn5if5ycuajjam4m