What kind of neural coding and self does Hurley's shared circuit model presuppose?

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 31 (1):33-34 (2008)

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Georg Northoff
University of Ottawa
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Susan Hurley's impressive article about the shared circuit model (SCM) raises two important issues. First, I suggest that the SCM presupposes relational coding rather than translational coding as neural code. Second, the SCM being the basis for self implies that the self may be characterized as format, relational, and embodied and embedded, rather than by specific and isolated higher-order cognitive contents
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