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    Paul E. Tibbetts (2004). The Concept of Voluntary Motor Control in the Recent Neuroscientific Literature. Synthese 141 (2):247-76.
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    Paul E. Tibbetts (2001). The Anterior Cingulate Cortex, Akinetic Mutism, and Human Volition. Brain and Mind 2 (3):323-341.
    The anterior cingulate cortex (ACC)has been identified as part of a supervisoryattentional network for selecting alternativemotor programs in response to top-down corticalprocessing, particularly in situationsinvolving conflicting cognitive tasks.Bilateral lesions to the ACC may be causallyassociated with akinetic mutism, where patientsare unable to voluntarily initiate responses.The clinical and neuroanatomical evidence forthis presumed causal association is examined atlength. However, given the many reciprocalprojections between cerebral, motor, limbic andparalimbic structures within the executivesupervisory network, the association ofvoluntary behavior with a particular structure(the ACC) is (...)
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    Paul E. Tibbetts (1972). Feigl on Raw Feels, the Brain, and Knowledge Claims: Some Problems Regarding Theoretical Concepts. Dialectica 26 (3‐4):247-66.
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    Paul E. Tibbetts (1972). Phenomenological and Empirical Inadequacies of Russell's Theory of Perception. Philosophical Studies 20:98-108.
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    Paul E. Tibbetts (1973). On Making a Pain Public. Philosophical Studies 21:96-99.
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  6. Paul E. Tibbetts (1974). Mead's Theory of the Act and Perception: Some Empirical Confirmations. Personalist 55 (2):115-138.
     
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  7. Paul E. Tibbetts (1970). Some Recent Empirical Contributions to the Problem of Consciousness. Philosophy Today 14 (1):23-32.
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    Paul E. Tibbetts (1996). Residual Dualism in Computational Theories of Mind. Dialectica 50 (1):37-52.
    summaryThis paper argues that an epistemological duality between mind/brain and an external world is an uncritically held working assumption in recent computational models of cognition. In fact, epistemological dualism largely drives computational models of mentality and representation: An assumption regarding an external world of perceptual objects and distal stimuli requires the sort of mind/brain capable of representing and inferring true accounts of such objects. Hence we have two distinct ontologies, one denoting external world objects, the other cognitive events and neural (...)
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    Paul E. Tibbetts (1980). The Weighted Coherence Theory of Rationality and Justification: A Critique and an Alternative. Philosophy of the Social Sciences 10 (3):259-272.
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    Paul E. Tibbetts (1978). Mediating Variables and a Powers Ascription Model: A Reply to Haig. Philosophy of the Social Sciences 8 (3):277-279.
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  11. Paul E. Tibbetts (1970). The Recall of Consciousness From Temporary Exile. Philosophy Today 14 (4):293-298.