Self-Consciousness
Bennett (M.R.) & Hacker (P.M.S.)
Source: Bennett & Hacker - Philosophical Foundations of Neuroscience, Chapter 12
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Sections

  1. Self-Consciousness1 and the Self – 323
  2. Historical Stage Setting: Descartes, Locke, Hume and James – 324
  3. Current Scientific and Neuroscientific Reflections on the Nature of Self-Consciousness2 – 328
    (Damasio, Edelman, Humphrey, Blakemore, Johnson-Laird)
  4. The Illusion of a 'Self' – 331
    (Damasio, Humphrey, Blakemore)
  5. The Horizon of Thought, Will and Affection – 334
    • 5.1 – Thought and language – 337
      (Damasio, Edelman and Tononi, Galton, Penrose)
  6. Self-Consciousness3 – 346
    (Edelman, Penrose)

Comment:

Part III: Consciousness and Contemporary Neuroscience

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