Being No One: Neurophenomenological Case Studies II
Metzinger (Thomas)
Source: Metzinger (Thomas) - Being No One, Chapter 7
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Sections

  1. Impossible egos – 429
  2. Deviant phenomenal models of the self – 429
    1. Anosognosia – 429
    2. Ich-Stdrungen: Identity disorders and disintegrating self-models – 437
    3. Hallucinated selves: Phantom limbs, out-of-body-experiences1, and hallucinated agency – 461
    4. Multiple selves: Dissociative identity disorder – 522
    5. Lucid dreams – 529
  3. The concept of a phenomenal first-person perspective2 – 545

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