Unbounded consciousness: qualia, mind and self
The enigma of consciousness fascinates psychologists, philosophers, neuroscientists and physicists. The author of this book is interested in the qualitative aspects of consciousness, known by the philosophical term qualia. In this book she puts forward an original and integrative theory of consciousness that argues for the inseparability of qualitative and non-qualitative aspects and for the restoration of the concept of psyche.
24 pages matching materialistic in this book
Results 1-3 of 24
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Qualias existence and function
A Survey of Philosophical Thoughts on the Mind
17 other sections not shown
Other editions - View all
activities agency-sentience argued Aristotle aspects of consciousness Baars behaviour binding biological brain causal Chalmers chaos chaos theory coherent conceptual conscious awareness conscious experience consciousness research constructing contemporary context core Democritus Descartes dialectic dual-aspect dualism dynamic systems emergent properties empirical ence epiphenomenal existence experimental external further Hardcastle hemisphere hence humanistic Hume idea individual integral interactions intrinsic James Mandelbrot set Mandler materialistic mental conclusions mental events mental workspace metaphysical mind-body problem mind-mind model of consciousness nature ness neural neuronal neurophysiological neutral monism non-qualitative experience nonconscious processes notion noumenon oscillations parallel particles Penrose perception person perspective pertains phenomenal physical reality position potentials psychology qualia qualia and nonqualia qualitative experience quantum realm reason role scientific sciousness self-organization sense sensory sentient single reality social social constructionism soul substance suggested superposition system dynamics theory tion transpersonal transpersonal psychology unconscious mind underlying wave function Wundt Zohar Zohar and Marshall