Criticial Review of: When self-consciousness breaks, by G. Lynn Stephens & G. Graham

Philosophical Psychology 15 (4):543-550 (2002)
Joëlle Proust
Institut Jean Nicod
The book under review offers two important contributions. One is a valuable discussion of the various ways of addressing the paradoxical experience of externality. The other is an emphasis on a distinction between the experience of subjectivity and the experience of agency. This review tries to show that this distinction is indeed a crucial feature in any solution to the question of externality, but that it is associated with a view of thinking as acting that is questionable
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