The elusive illusion of sensation

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 27 (5):662-663 (2004)
The sensation of will is not the same thing as the will itself any more than the sensation of hunger is the same thing as being devoid of nutrients. This is not a really surprising claim, but it is the only claim to which Wegner is entitled in his book.
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