Is my unconscious somebody else's consciousness?: A review of D.Chalmers (1996) the conscious mind: In search of a fundamental theory, oxford university press [Book Review]

Network 64:57-60 (1997)
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Max Velmans
Goldsmiths College, University of London
Abstract
An evaluation of the strengths, weaknesses, and originality of Chalmer's book.
Keywords consciousness  Chalmers  conscious mind  anti-reductionist arguments  double-aspect theory  naturalistic dualism  supervenience  psychofunctionalism  qualia  hard problem of consciousness
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