Advances in consciousness research. 1381-589X ; v. 72.
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Introduction Conscious states, reflexivity, and phenomenal character Some remarks on methodology Some semantics of "consciousness" Preamble Creature consciousness : transitive and intransitive State consciousness Unconscious mental states Self-consciousness Phenomenal consciousness A formula for state consciousness Nagel's what-it-is-like formula Putative counterexamples Non-conscious phenomenality? Summary Consciousness and self-awareness Preamble A gloss on intentionality The transitivity principle Two positive arguments for the transitivity principle Higher-orderism Preamble The higher-order theory of consciousness A "one-state" alternative Preamble The Brentanian model Objections and replies Representationalism Preamble The representational theory of phenomenal character The nature of phenomenal character Preamble Phenomenal character as implicit self-awareness Some brief remarks on privacy Conclusion.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages -182) and indexes.