Table of Contents for Explaining Consciousness:The Hard Problem  

                    


EXPLAINING CONSCIOUSNESS: THE HARD PROBLEM

Edited by Jonathan Shear. MIT Press, 1997.


Introduction, Jonathan Shear

THE HARD PROBLEM

Facing up to the Problem of Consciousness, David J. Chalmers

DEFLATIONARY PERSPECTIVES

Facing Backwards on the Problem of Consciousness, Daniel C. Dennett

The Hornswoggle Problem, Patricia S. Churchland

Function and Phenomenology: Closing the Explanatory Gap, Thomas Clark

The Why of Consciousness: A Non-Issue for Materialists, Valerie Hardcastle

There is no Hard Problem of Consciousness, Kieron O'Hara & Tom Scutt

Should we expect to feel as if we understand consciousness? Mark C. Price

THE EXPLANATORY GAP

Consciousness and Space, Colin McGinn

Giving Up on the Hard Problem of Consciousness, Eugene O. Mills

There Are No Easy Problems of Consciousness, E. J. Lowe

Facing Ourselves: Incorrigibility and the Mind-Body Problem, Richard Warner

The Hardness of the Hard Problem, William S. Robinson

The Easy Problems Ain't So Easy, David Hodgson

PHYSICS

The Nonlocality of Mind, C. J. S. Clarke

Conscious Events as Orchestrated Space-Time Selections, Stuart Hameroff & Roger Penrose

The Hard Problem: A Quantum Approach, Henry Stapp

Physics, Machines, and the Hard Problem, Douglas J. Bilodeau

NEUROSCIENCE AND COGNITIVE SCIENCE

Why Neuroscience May Be Able to Explain Consciousness, Francis Crick & Christof Koch

Understanding Subjectivity: Global Workspace Theory and the Resurrection of the Observing Self, Bernard J. Baars

The Elements of Consciousness and their Neurodynamical Correlates, Bruce MacLennan

RETHINKING NATURE

Consciousness, Information and Panpsychism, William Seager

Rethinking Nature: A Hard Problem Within the Hard Problem, Gregg Rosenberg

Solutions to the Hard Problem of Consciousness, Benjamin Libet

Turning the Hard Problem Upside Down and Sideways, Piet Hut & Roger N. Shepard

FIRST-PERSON PERSPECTIVES

The Relation of Consciousness to the Material World, Max Velmans

Neuro-phenomenology: A research program for the understanding of consciousness, Francisco J. Varela

The Hard Problem: Closing the Empirical Gap, Jonathan Shear

RESPONSE

Moving Forward on the Problem of Consciousness, David Chalmers


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