The self and what it's like to be one: Reviews of josé Luis bermúdez, the paradox of self-conciousness and Lawrence Weiskrantz, consiousness lost and found

Mind and Language 16 (1):108–119 (2001)

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Joseph Levine
University of Massachusetts, Amherst
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