Sensory consciousness explained ( better ) in terms of ‘ corporality ’ and ‘ alerting capacity ’ J . KEVIN O ’ REGAN

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How could neural processes be associated with phenomenal consciousness? We present a way to answer this question by taking the counterintuitive stance that the sensory feel of an experience is not a thing that happens to us, but a thing we do: a skill we exercise. By additionally noting that sensory systems possess two important, objectively measurable… (More)

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