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brain and the unity of conscious experience

Eccles, John C. Sir

brain and the unity of conscious experience

the nineteenth Arthur Stanley Eddington memorial lecture, 15 October 1965.

by Eccles, John C. Sir

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Published by Cambridge University Press in London .
Written in English


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SeriesArthur Stanley Eddington memorial lectures -- 19
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Open LibraryOL21403532M

The apparent unity of these elements is striking; all are presented to us as experiences of a single subject, and all seem to be contained within a unified field of experience. But this apparent   In the last part of the book, however, Bayne moves to a conception of the subject of experience on which the unity thesis is secure, because it is a priori. (He doesn't explicitly say it is a priori, but this seems implicit in what he says on p. when contrasting the new conception with the previous one on which it is a posteriori.) The

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