New issue: Journal of Consciousness Studies
A new issue of JCS is out; a special issue on epiphenomenalism. Other articles include book reviews and a conference report. JOURNAL OF CONSCIOUSNESS STUDIES Abstracts and selected full text hereFull text e-service (JCS subscribers and pay-per-view) hereAll enquiries this email 2006 Subscriptions renewal here Vol. 13, No. 1-2, January/February 2006SPECIAL ISSUE ON EPIPHENOMENALISMEdited by […]
A new issue of JCS is out; a special issue on epiphenomenalism. Other articles include book reviews and a conference report.
JOURNAL OF CONSCIOUSNESS STUDIES
2006 Subscriptions renewal here
Vol. 13, No. 1-2, January/February 2006
SPECIAL ISSUE ON EPIPHENOMENALISM
Edited by Michael Pauen, Alexander Staudacher and Sven Walter
The Editors — Epiphenomenalism: Dead End or Way Out?
William Seager — Emergence, Epiphenomenalism and Consciousness
Brian P. McLaughlin — Is Role-Functionalism committed to Epiphenomenalism?
Sven Walter — Causal Exclusion as an Argument Against Non-Reductive Physicalism
William S. Robinson — Knowing Epiphenomena
Volker Gadenne — In Defence of Qualia-Epiphenomenalism
Dieter Birnbacher — Causal Interpretations of Correlations Between Neural and Conscious Events
Michael Pauen — Feeling Causes
Alexander Staudacher, Epistemological Objections to Qualia-Epiphenomenalism
Wolfgang Baer — Amazing Light – Visions for Discovery
Anton Lethin reviews Ralph Ellis, Curious Emotions
Claire McNiven reviews Jenefer Robinson, Deeper Than Reason
Natika Newton reviews Shaun Gallagher, How the Body Shapes the Mind
Anthony Freeman reviews Chris Nunn, De La Mettrie’s Ghost: The Story of Decisions
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