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A PLETHORA OF PAPYROLOGIC PHILOSOPHERS The Nature of Consciousness : Philosophical Debates

@inproceedings{Flanagan2002APO,
  title={A PLETHORA OF PAPYROLOGIC PHILOSOPHERS The Nature of Consciousness : Philosophical Debates},
  author={N. Flanagan and G. Guzeldere},
  year={2002}
}
Biased by over seventy years of acquired preconceptions, I will discuss mainly PHILOSOPHICAL DEBATES, with occasional references to CONSCIOUSNESS LOST AND FOUND. The bottom line is that the neuroscience oriented reader is more likely to benefit from LOST AND FOUND than from DEBATES. DEBATES is a profusely footnoted tome.[McGinn's chapter 33 has a text of 11 pages and three (repeat,three) pages of footnotes, Guzeldere's very helpful introduction has 45 pages of text and 22 pages of footnotes]. 
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