Calling in the cartesian loans

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 27 (5):661-661 (2004)
Abstract
Wegner's tactic of describing the conscious mind as if it inhabited a Cartesian Theater in the brain is a stopgap solution that needs to be redeemed by paying off these loans of comprehension. Just how does Wegner propose to recast his points?
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