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  1. Christian Beenfeldt (2015). On Introspection and Introspectionism. Think 14 (40):65-72.
    For some time now, the topics of introspection, inner experience and so-called first-person approaches to the mental, have been the subject of attention in philosophy, psychology and consciousness studies. Indeed, some philosophers think that a central task of the latter field is to systematically relate and integrate data about subjective experience and data about behavior and brain processes.
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  2. Christian Beenfeldt (2010). Disassembling the Mind? A Review of Gary Marcus's Kluge: The Haphazard Construction of the Human Mind. Think 9 (25):47-56.
    The main thesis of Kluge is that the human mind is an evolutionary kluge . As Gary Marcus informs us, the term was popularized by Jackson Granholm's 1962 article ‘How to Design a Kludge’ where it was defined as ‘an ill-assorted collection of poorly matching parts, forming a distressing whole’. A kluge may be clumsy and inelegant but, surprisingly, it works . And the mind, according to Marcus, is ‘[t]he most fantastic kluge of them all’. Unlike the view of the (...)
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  3. Christian Beenfeldt (2010). Knowing Oneself? An Essay on Comtean Skepticism About Introspective Self-Observation'. Danish Yearbook of Philosophy 45:51-70.
     
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  4. Christian Beenfeldt (2008). A Philosophical Critique of Heterophenomenology. Journal of Consciousness Studies 15 (8):5-34.
    In this paper Dennett's method of heterophenomenology is discussed. After a brief explanation of the method, three arguments in support of it are considered in turn. First, the argument from the possibility of error and self-delusion of the subject is found to ignore the panoply of intermediate position that one can take with regard to the epistemic status of first-personal knowledge. The argument is also criticized for employing an epistemic double-standard. Second, the argument from the neutrality of heterophenomenology is found (...)
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  5. Christian Beenfeldt (2008). A Wake Up Call—or More Sweet Slumber? A Review of Daniel Dennett's Sweet Dreams: Philosophical Obstacles to a Science of Consciousness. Think 7 (19):85-92.
    Beenfeldt assesses Dennett's approach to the philosophical problem of consciousness.
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  6. Christian Beenfeldt (2007). Ungrounded Semantics: Searle's Chinese Room Thought Experiment, the Failure of Meta-and Subsystemic Understanding, and Some Thoughts About Thought-Experiments. Danish Yearbook of Philosophy 42:75-96.
     
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  7. Christian Beenfeldt (2006). The Turing Test: An Examination of its Nature and its Mentalistic Ontology. Danish Yearbook of Philosophy 40:109-144.
     
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