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Author Prinz, Jesse J.

Title The conscious brain : how attention engenders experience / Jesse J. Prinz
Published New York : Oxford University Press, [2012]
©2012
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Description 1 online resource
Series Philosophy of mind
Philosophy of mind series.
Contents Do we really need another theory of consciousness? -- Which states are conscious?: the intermediate level -- When are we conscious?: attention and availability -- Does consciousness outstrip perception?: a restrictive view -- Why are we conscious?: action without enaction -- Whose conscious states are these?: the illusory self -- How is consciousness unified?: attentional resonance -- What is consciousness?: neural correlates and nuerofunctionalism -- Could consciousness be physical?: the brain maintained -- Conclusion: AIR compared
Summary Synthesizing decades of research, this book advances a theory of the psychological and neurophysiological correlates of conscious experience. Prinz argues that consciousness always arises at a particular stage of perceptual processing, the intermediate level, and that consciousness depends on attention
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Attention.
Consciousness.
Experience.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 019971813X (electronic bk.)
0199979057 (ebook)
9780199718139 (electronic bk.)
9780199979059 (ebook)