The Unity of Consciousness: Binding, Integration, and Dissociation

OUP Oxford (2003)
Consciousness has many elements - from sensory experiences such as vision, audition, and bodily sensation, to nonsensory aspects such as volition, emotion, memory, and thought. With all these facets - how can consciousness appear to us as a unified experience? Is this apparent unity just an illusion? Why and when does this unity break down? In recent years many have attempted to answer this, one of the most puzzling and intriguing dimensions of consciousness. With chapters from leading thinkers on consciousness, from psychology, neuroscience, and philosophy this is a thought-provoking book that attempts to answer some of the big questions
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