Unbounded consciousness: qualia, mind and self

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Free Association Books, 2001 - Philosophy - 254 pages
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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.

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