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Understanding consciousness

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Cover of: Understanding consciousness
Understanding consciousness
2009, Routledge
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Understanding consciousness, Edition 2
2009, Routledge/Psychology Press
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Understanding consciousness
2000, Routledge
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Table of Contents

What is consciousness?
Conscious souls, brains and quantum mechanics
Are mind and matter the same thing?
Are mind and consciousness just activities?
Could robots be conscious?
Conscious phenomenology and common sense
The nature and location of experiences
Experienced worlds, the world described by physics, and the thing itself
Subjective, intersubjective, and objective science
How consciousness relates to information processing in the brain
The neural causes and correlates of consciousness
What consciousness is
What consciousness does
Self-consciousness in a reflexive universe.


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BF311 .V44 2009

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9780415425155, 9780415425162
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