Awareness: What it Is, what it Does

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Taylor & Francis US, 1996 - Medical - 167 pages
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Awareness: What it is, What it does is an accessible, up-to-date examination of scientific thinking about the nature of consciousness. Written to be understood by the non-specialist, Chris Nunn begins by describing basic facts about the brain and the physical world. He then examines various theories of consciousness, highlighting their relative strengths and weaknesses, and their practical implications especially for medicine and psychiatry.

The study of awareness is currently a fast developing adn controversial area. This book contains a state-of-the art overview of some of the most exciting theoretical adn experimental advances. It will be of interest to a wide range of academics, students and general readers.

Chris Nunn is a former Consultant Psychiatrist, based in Southampton. He combined his role providing services to local communities with extensive research interests in mind/body relationships and awareness.

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Time and awareness
The nature of matter
Various theories
On the track of awareness
Free will free wont and other topics
The functions of awareness
Medicine and the PM paradigm
Towards a science of the soul?

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Chris Nunn is the associate editor of the "Journal of Consciousness Studies" and the author of "Awareness,

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