Neurophilosophy and the Problem of Consciousness: An Equiphenomenal Perspective

@inproceedings{Segun2019NeurophilosophyAT,
  title={Neurophilosophy and the Problem of Consciousness: An Equiphenomenal Perspective},
  author={Samuel T. Segun},
  year={2019}
}
With recent advancements in the neurosciences, it is evident that formerly held presuppositions about consciousness and mental properties may have been hurriedly put forward. Neurophilosophy draws the attention of philosophers to the relevance of neuroscientific data to tackling some of the trickiest topics in philosophy of mind such as self, mind-body, intentionality and the likes. There however remains an important frontier to be adequately addressed—consciousness. Aspects of consciousness… Expand
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