Consciousness modeled: reification and promising pluralism

Rasmus Grønfeldt Winther

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A tremendous opportunity lies in store for those of us interested in consciousness.I here bracket the arguments of those who wish to minimize or reduce consciousnessaway, either up into socially-based discourses and institutional power (e.g., Luhmannor Foucault) or down into sheer neural patterns (e.g., Paul Churchland). [...]

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