Brain bisection and the unity of consciousness

Synthese 22 (May):396-413 (1971)
There has been considerable optimism recently, among philosophers and neuroscientists, concerning the prospect for major discoveries about the neurophysiological basis of mind. The support for this optimism has been extremely abstract and general. I wish to present some grounds ..
Keywords Brain  Consciousness  Mind  Neurophysiology  Psychology  Science
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DOI 10.1007/BF00413435
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