Phenomenal Consciousness: Understanding the Relation Between Experience and Neural Processes in the Brain

Acumen (2011)
This book explains the key concepts that surround the issue as well as the nature of the hard problem and the several approaches to it. It gives a comprehensive treatment of the phenomenon, incorporating its main metaphysical and epistemic aspects as well as recent empirical findings, such as the phenomena of blindsight, change blindness, visual-form agnosia and optic ataxia, mirror recognition in other primates, split-brain cases, and visual extinction
Keywords Phenomenology  Philosophy of mind  Consciousness
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Call number B829.5.P53 2011
ISBN(s) 9781844652488   0773538348   9780773538351
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