Philosophy of Mind > Philosophy of Consciousness > Theories of Consciousness > Higher-Order Theories of Consciousness > Higher-Order Perception Theories of Consciousness
Edited by Richard Brown (The Graduate Center, CUNY)
|Summary||Higher-order perception theories of consciousness appeal to a perception-like higher-order state to explain the awareness which makes it the case that one is in a conscious mental state|
|Key works||For a classic defense see: Lycan 2004|
|Introductions||The same paper also serves as an introduction: Lycan 2004|
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