Consciousness: The Damnedest Thing: A Young Person's Guide To The Roots of Experience

Cosmos and History 12 (2):58-66 (2016)

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Keywords Julian Jaynes  Carl Jung  Unconscious  Martin Buber  Self  Consciousness  Sigmund Freud  Gregory Bateson  nondual  Objectivity  Ronald David Laing  William James  Sören Kierkegaard
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