Phenomenal holism, internalism and the neural correlates of consciousness: Comment

Journal of Consciousness Studies 11 (1):32-37 (2004)
Abstract
The target paper by Noë and Thompson is a very welcome addition to the literature on the neural correlates of consciousness. It raises a number of important issues, and the debate it will generate should go some way towards clarifying the conceptual terrain that we’re in. In this commentary I focus on three issues: the link between isomorphism and the matching-content doctrine; the argument against the matching-content doctrine; and the argument against experiential internalism.
Keywords *Consciousness States  *Neurophysiology  *Neurosciences  *Physiological Correlates  *Visual Perception  Awareness  Brain  Theories
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