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Author Topic: Weiskrantz and Davies (eds) - Frontiers of Consciousness  (Read 2510 times)
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« on: 07/01/10 @ 18:20 »

A challenging and varyingly accessible collection of contributions to the contemporary debate on the problem of consciousness.

Read the full review here: www.philosophyonline.co.uk/philosophy-books/reviews/frontiers-of-consciousness.php

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« Reply #1 on: 06/10/10 @ 12:00 »

An interesting review. I had come across this on Amazon whilst creating a wishlist for my MA dissertation. I want to explore animal consciousness, possibly with a view to establishing an argument for vegetarianism as a moral obligation... Actually, that's a bit tongue-in-cheek, I need to do a lot of reading around before I can put pen to paper and I have other projects - AI, Dennet and Wittgenstein, Buddhism and moral theory - to get finished first(and started, in fact in the latter case). There certainly seem to be a couple of very relevant chapters in this for me, so I'll keep checking Amazon and see if there's a cheaper edition this time next year! Thanks for the review.
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