The Investigation of Consciousness through Phenomenology and Neuroscience

  • Bruce J. MacLennanComputer
  • Published 1995
The principal problem of consciousness is how brain processes cause subjective awareness. Since this problem involves subjectivity, ordinary scientiic methods, applicable only to objective phenomena, cannot be used. Instead, by parallel application of phenomenological and scientiic methods, we may establish a correspondence between the subjective and the… CONTINUE READING