Consciousness: An island of images

Discusses consciousness as an island of images, which informs us incompletely and indirectly about the mental and the physical worlds. A dualistic worldview separates the perceptual world from the transcendental physical world. Both universes of discourse are empowered by dynamic forces and are related to each other by reflection, the one reflecting the other. The physical world is understood and operated through the intermediary of perception. 2012 APA, all rights reserved)
Keywords consciousness as isolated & incomplete images & physical world understood through intermediary of perception
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DOI 10.1037/h0091135
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