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100 1  Bernal Velásquez, Reinaldo J 
245 10 E-Physicalism :|bA Physicalist Theory of Phenomenal 
       Consciousness 
264  1 Berlin/Boston :|bDe Gruyter, Inc.,|c2013 
264  4 |c©2012 
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490 1  Phenomenology and Mind Ser. ;|vv.14 
505 0  Intro -- TABLE OF CONTENTS -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- 
       INTRODUCTION -- CHAPTER 1: A PHYSICALIST APPROACH TO 
       CONSCIOUSNESS -- 1.0 Introduction -- 1.1 Consciousness and
       "what it is like" -- 1.2 Realism about consciousness -- 
       1.2.1 Eliminativism -- 1.2.2 The problem of consciousness 
       -- 1.3 Physicalism about consciousness -- 1.3.1 Physical 
       items -- 1.3.2 Supervenience -- 1.4 The mind/body duality 
       -- 1.5 Minds and bodies -- 1.5.1 Mind-body causal 
       relations -- 1.5.2 Epiphenomenalism -- 1.5.3 Monism -- 1.6
       Panpsychism -- 1.6.1 The combination problem -- 1.6.2 
       Panpsychism and neuroscience -- 1.7 Conclusion -- CHAPTER 
       2: STRONG AI AND COMPUTATIONALISM -- 2.0 Introduction -- 
       2.1 Strong AI -- 2.1.1 Conscious behaviour -- 2.1.2 
       Consciousness and behaviour -- 2.2 Computational 
       functionalism -- 2.2.1 Functionalism and consciousness -- 
       2.2.2 Functions and information -- 2.3 The internal 
       character of consciousness -- 2.4 Conclusion -- CHAPTER 3:
       SUBJECTIVITY AND THE UNITY OF CONSCIOUSNESS -- 3.0 
       Introduction -- 3.1 Higher-order representation theories 
       of consciousness -- 3.2 The unity of consciousness -- 3.3 
       The explanatory gap -- 3.3.1 Subjectivity and reality -- 
       3.3.2 Intersubjective accessibility -- 3.4 The homunculus 
       fallacy -- 3.5 Conclusion -- CHAPTER 4: SUPERVENIENCE, 
       EMERGENCE, AND ONTOLOGICAL NOVELTY -- 4.0 Introduction -- 
       4.1 Supervenience and ontology -- 4.2 Consciousness and 
       supervenience -- 4.3 Microphysicalism -- 4.4 The levels of
       reality -- 4.5 Emergence -- 4.6 The case for emergence -- 
       4.6.1 The kinetic theory of gases -- 4.6.2 The EPR Paradox
       and Bell's theorem -- 4.6.3 Microphysicalism and 
       nonlocality -- 4.7 Emergence laws -- 4.8 Conclusion -- 
       CHAPTER 5: E-PHYSICALISM AND CONSCIOUSNESS -- 5.0 
       Introduction -- 5.1 Experiencers -- 5.2 The possible 
       worlds strategy -- 5.2.1 Physical and metaphysical 
       possibility 
505 8  5.2.2 The conceivability of possible worlds -- 5.3 
       Metaphysical zombies -- 5.4 Kim's "supervenience argument"
       -- 5.5 Conclusion -- CHAPTER 6: E-PHYSICALISM AND 
       PHENOMENAL QUALITIES -- 6.0 Introduction -- 6.1 Vehicles 
       and content - an analogy -- 6.2 Phenomenal content and 
       representational content -- 6.2.1 One vehicle, different 
       contents -- 6.2.2 One content, different vehicles -- 6.2.3
       Nonrepresentational phenomenal contents -- 6.3 Phenomenal 
       character and physical states -- 6.3.1 Phenomenal 
       character and biological functions -- 6.3.2 Phenomenal 
       space -- 6.4 The knowledge argument -- 6.4.1 Mary does not
       acquire new knowledge -- 6.4.2 The ability hypothesis -- 
       6.4.3 The limits of scientific knowledge -- 6.5 Conclusion
       -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES 
520    Die Reihe präsentiert Monographien und Sammelbände zur 
       österreichischen Philosophie (Bolzano, Brentano, Meinong 
       u.a.) sowie zur Phänomenologie und ihrer Geschichte im 
       Allgemeinen. Phenomenology & Mind bietet darüber hinaus 
       ein Publikationsforum für eine große Bandbreite 
       unterschiedlicher Forschungsansätze zur Philosophie des 
       Geistes 
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