By: Susan A Greenfield
222 pages, B/w illus
Neuroscience offers an intriguing, unifying theory of consciousness that encompasses both phenomenological mental events and physical aspects of brain function. Using information gathered from clues in animal behaviour, human brain damage, computer science, neurobiology, and philosophy, Greenfield offers a `Concentric Theory' of consciousness, and shows how certain events in the brain correspond to our qualitative experience of the world.
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