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Journal of Consciousness Studies 2 (1):30-51 (1995)
This article is a version of the first half of an introduction to an anthology on consciousness. It is aimed at tracing the study of consciousness in psychology roughly since psychology pulled itself apart from philosophy as an independent discipline in the late nineteenth century. The second half, which will appear as a sequel to the present article, will cover the various philosophical problems involving consciousness, and trace the consciousness debate to date. The two articles are intended as a general introduction to the forthcoming special issue, Explaining Consciousness: the Hard Problem
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