ANTTI REVONSUO CONSCIOUSNESS THE SCIENCE OF SUBJECTIVITY PDF

The study of consciousness is recognized as one of the biggest remaining challenges to the scientific community. This book provides a. The study of consciousness is recognized as one of the biggest remaining challenges to the scientific community. This book provides a fascinating introduction. The philosophical foundations of consciousness science — The historical foundations of consciousness science — The conceptual foundations.

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The study of consciousness is recognized as one of the biggest remaining challenges to the scientific community. This book provides a fascinating introduction to the new science that promises to illuminate our understanding of the subject.

Consciousness covers all the main approaches to the modern scientific study of consciousness, and also gives the necessary historical, p The study of consciousness is recognized as one of the biggest remaining challenges to the scientific community. Consciousness covers all the main approaches to the modern scientific study of consciousness, and also gives the necessary historical, philosophical and conceptual background to the field.

Current scientific evidence and theory from the fields of neuropsychology, cognitive neuroscience, brain imaging and the study of altered states of consciousness such as dreaming, hypnosis, meditation and out-of-body experiences is presented.

Consciousness: The Science of Subjectivity by Antti Revonsuo

Revonsuo provides an integrative review of the major regonsuo philosophical and empirical theories of consciousness and identifies the most promising areas for future developments in the field. This textbook offers a readable and timely introduction to the science of consciousness for anyone interested in this compelling area, especially undergraduates studying psychology, philosophy, cognition, neuroscience and related fields.

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To ask other readers questions about Consciousnessplease sign up. Lists with This Book. Jun 25, Teo rated it liked it Shelves: Background to the Science scifnce Consciousness The philosophical foundations of consciousness science — Introduction — The First Distinction: The paradigm case of interactionism — — Epiphenomenalism — — Parallelism — Monistic theories of consciousness — — Materialism or physicalism defined — — Eliminative materialism — — Reductive materialism scifnce — Microphysicalism: The historical foundations of consciousness science — Introduction — The s: The First Scientific Psychology of Consciousness — — Wilhelm Wundt and the birth of psychological science — — Titchener and structuralism: The revojsuo of consciousness — — William James and the stream of consciousness — The Fall of Introspectionism as a Science of Consciousness — — Gestalt psychology: Consciousness is holistic, not atomistic — — Behaviourism: How consciousness became taboo in scientific psychology — — Freud’s critique of consciousness — From Cognitive Science to the Science of Consciousness — — Cognitive science: A science of mind, but devoid of consciousness — — Phoenix rising: The conceptual foundations of consciousness science — Introduction — How to Describe the Subjective Reality of Consciousness — — Phenomenal consciousness: The subjfctivity form of subjectivity — — Qualia — — The state of being conscious and the specific contents of consciousness — — The internal structure of phenomenal consciousness: Centre and periphery — — Attention and consciousness — — Change blindness and inattentional blindness — — Reflective consciousness — — Introspection — — Self-awareness — Concepts to Describe the Absence of Consciousness — — Unconscious — — Nonconscious — — Zombies — Alternative Definitions and Usages of the Concept of “Consciousness” — — Consciousness defined as the ability to respond to consxiousness — — Consciousness defined as the ability to represent information from the external world — — Consciousness defined as wakefulness — — Consciousness defined as access to output systems, control subuectivity behaviour or behavioural interactions with the world — — Consciousness and awareness — Chapter Summary — Further Reading — Brief Discussion Questions Part II: Central Domains of Consciousness Science I.

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Neuropsychology of consciousness — Shbjectivity What are the Central Domains of Consciousness Science?

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sicence Neuropsychological deficits of visual consciousness — Introduction: Loss of the Meaning of Objects — Simultanagnosia: Loss coneciousness the Phenomenal Background — Neglect: Loss of Phenomenal Space — Akinetopsia: Neuropsychological dissociations of visual consciousness from behaviour — Introduction: What is a Neuropsychological Dissociation? Neural consiousness of consciousness NCC — Introduction: Methods and design of NCC experiments — Introduction: Studies on the neural basis of consciousness as a state — Introduction: Studies on the neural basis of visual consciousness — Introduction: Theories of consciousness — Introduction: What Is a Theory of Consciousness?

Altered states of consciousness What is an “altered state of consciousness” ASC? Dreaming and sleep — Introduction: At least we know that our consciousness exists — but what should we do with it?

Feb 09, JJVid rated it liked it Shelves: An introductory text book giving a rapid and continual overview of the current state of consciousness studies. Topics range from historical foundations, including mesmerism, Cartesian dualism, and the introspectionists; contemporary theories such as epiphenomenalism, dualism, and multiple theories of monism; philosophical theories of consciousnesz empirical theories of consciousness; altered states of consciousness ASCs including hypnosis, runner’s high, revonwuo, dreaming and sleep-related An introductory text conscioueness giving a rapid and continual overview of the current state of consciousness studies.

Topics range from historical foundations, including mesmerism, Cartesian dualism, and the introspectionists; contemporary theories such as epiphenomenalism, dualism, and multiple theories of monism; philosophical theories of consciousness; empirical theories of consciousness; altered states of consciousness ASCs including hypnosis, runner’s high, meditation, dreaming and sleep-related disorders, near death experiences NDEs and out of scoence experiences OBEsmystic and meditative experiences, but curiously nothing more than a passing sentence or two about drugs induced ASCs.

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The text doesn’t delve much deeper than a superficial overview of subjectjvity and, occasionally, a short discussion of prominent authors or contributors to the field in question. I would have rather deeper discussion on few topics than shallow perusal of many.

I found anttl odd that an introductory text such as this appears to be would rely so heavily on non-layman understanding of neurological terminology and brain regions e. Are humans the only species with consciousness? If consciousness depends on organization and not substance then wouldn’t AI be an attainable goal?

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Antti Revonsuo is a cognitive neuroscientist, psychologist, and philosopher of mind. His work seeks to understand consciousness as a biological phenomenon.

He is one of a small number of philosophers running their own laboratories. His work focu Antti Revonsuo is a cognitive neuroscientist, psychologist, and philosopher of mind. His work focuses on altered states of consciousness in general and dreaming in particular. He is best known for his Threat Simulation Theory, which — in the tradition of evolutionary psychology — states that dreams serve the biological function of rehearsing possibly threatening situations in order to aid survival, and his advocacy of the dreaming brain as a model of consciousness.

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