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Toward a science of consciousness III : the third Tucson discussions and debates

Author: Stuart R Hameroff; Alfred W Kaszniak; David John Chalmers
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, ©1999.
Series: Complex adaptive systems.
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"Can there be a science of consciousness? This issue has been the focus of three landmark conferences sponsored by the University of Arizona in Tucson. This volume presents a selection of invited papers from the third conference. It showcases recent progress in this maturing field by researchers from philosophy, neuroscience, cognitive psychology, phenomenology, and physics."--BOOK JACKET.
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Genre/Form: Conference proceedings
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Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Stuart R Hameroff; Alfred W Kaszniak; David John Chalmers
ISBN: 0262581817 9780262581813
OCLC Number: 41674284
Notes: "A Bradford book."
Conference proceedings.
Description: xx, 504 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Conceivability, identity, and the explanatory gap / Joseph Levine --
Conceiving beyond our means : the limits of thought experiments / Robert Van Gulick --
Realistic materialist monism / Galen Strawson --
On the intrinsic nature of the physical / Gregg H. Rosenberg --
Of color and consciousness / Stephen Palmer --
Color quality and color structure / C. Larry Hardin --
Pseudonormal vision and color qualia / Martine Nida-Rumelin --
Toward a cognitive neuroscience of consciousness / Antti Revonsuo --
Neural correlates of hallucinogen-induced altered states of consciousness / F.X. Vollenweider, A. Gamma and M.F.I. Vollenweider-Scherpenhuyzen --
First steps toward a theory of mental force : PET imaging of systematic cerebral changes after psychological treatment of obsessive-compulsive disorder / Jeffrey M. Schwartz --
The visual brain in action / A. David Milner and Melvyn A. Goodale --
In search of immaculate perception : evidence from motor representations of space / Yves Rossetti --
Attending, seeing, and knowing in blindsight / Robert W. Kentridge, C.A. Heywood and Larry Weiskrantz --
Insights into blindsight / A. David Milner --
From grasping to language : mirror neurons and the origin of social communication / Vittorio Gallese --
Supporting the "grand illusion" of direct perception : implicit learning in eye-movement control / Frank H. Durgin --
Selective peripheral fading : how attention leads to loss of visual consciousness / Lianggang Lou --
Conscious experience and autonomic response to emotional stimuli following frontal lobe damage / Alfred Kaszniak ... [et al.] --
At the intersection of emotion and consciousness : affective neuroscience and extended reticular thalamic activating system (ERTAS) theories of consciousness / Douglas F. Watt. Laughing rats? : playful tickling arouses high-frequency ultrasonic chirping in young rodents / Jaak Panksepp and Jeffrey Burgdorf --
The privatization of sensation / Nicholas Humphrey --
Flagging the present moment with qualia / Richard L. Gregory --
If qualia evolved--
/ A. Graham Cairns-Smith --
Handaxes and Ice Age carvings : hard evidence for the evolution of consciousness / Steven Mithen --
Ephemeral levels of mental organization : Darwinian competitions as a basis for consciousness / William H. Calvin --
What does quantum mechanics imply about the nature of the universe? / Shimon Malin --
Quantum monadology / Kunio Yasue --
The interface in a mixed quantum/classical model of brain function / Scott Hagan and Masayuki Hirafuji --
Do apparent temporal anomalies require nonclassical explanation? / Stanley A. Klein --
A quantum physics model of the timing of conscious experience / Fred A. Wolf --
Conscious and anomalous nonconscious emotional processes : a reversal of the arrow of time? / Dick J. Bierman and Dean Radin --
Exploring actuality through experiment and experience / Piet Hut --
Intersubjectivity : exploring consciousness from the second-person perspective / Christian de Quincey --
Goethe and the phenomenological investigation of consciousness / Arthur Zajonc --
Essential dimensions of consciousness : objective, subjective, and intersubjective / Frances Vaughan --
Training the attention and exploring consciousness in Tibetan Buddhism / B. Alan Wallace --
Transpersonal and cognitive psychologies of consciousness : a necessary and reciprocal dialogue / Harry T. Hunt. Biogenetic structural theory and the neurophenomenology of consciousness / Charles D. Laughlin --
Experiential clarification of the problem of the self / Jonathan Shear.
Series Title: Complex adaptive systems.
Other Titles: Toward a science of consciousness three
Third Tucson discussions and debates
Responsibility: edited by Stuart R. Hameroff, Alfred W. Kaszniak, and David J. Chalmers.

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"Can there be a science of consciousness? This issue has been the focus of three landmark conferences sponsored by the University of Arizona in Tucson. This volume presents a selection of invited papers from the third conference. It showcases recent progress in this maturing field by researchers from philosophy, neuroscience, cognitive psychology, phenomenology, and physics."--BOOK JACKET.

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