The Elements of Consciousness and Their Neurodynamical Correlates

@inproceedings{MacLennan1996TheEO,
  title={The Elements of Consciousness and Their Neurodynamical Correlates},
  author={Bruce MacLennan},
  year={1996}
}
The ‘hard problem’ is hard because of the special epistemological status of consciousness, which does not, however, preclude its scientific investigation. Data from phenomenologically trained observers can be combined with neurological investigations to establish the relation between experience and neurodynamics. Although experience cannot be reduced to physical phenomena, parallel phenomenological and neurological analyses allow the structure of experience to be related to the structure of the… CONTINUE READING

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