Models of the Self, Part 2

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Shaun Gallagher, Jonathan Shear
Imprint Academic, 1999 - Philosophy - 524 pages
A comprehensive reader on the problem of the self as seen from the viewpoints of philosophy, developmental psychology, robotics, cognitive neuroscience, psychopathology, semiotics, phenomenology and contemplative studies, based around a keynote paper by Galen Strawson.

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Contents

Galen Strawson The Self
1
Wilkes TNQOIXEAYTON Know Thyself
25
Andrew Brook Unified Consciousness and the Self
39
John Pickering The Self is a Semiotic Process
63
Donald Perlis Consciousness As SelfFunction
131
Jun Tani An Interpretation of the Self from the Dynamical
149
James Blachowicz The Dialogue of the Soul with Itself
177
Developmental and phenomenological constraints
201
Robert Forman What Does Mysticism Have to Teach
361
Jeremy Hayward A rDzogschen Buddhist Interpretation of the Sense of Self
379
Steven W Laycock Consciousness ItSelf
395
Jonathan Shear Experiential Clarification of the Problem of Self
407
Arthur J Deikman I Awareness
421
Further methodological questions
429
Mait Edey Subject and Object
441
Mary Midgley Being Scientific About Our Selves
467

Shaun Gallagher and Anthony J Marcel The Self in Contextualized Action
273
Selfhood and Facial Embodiment
301
Louis A Sass Schizophrenia Selfconsciousness and the Modern Mind
319
Jennifer Radden Pathologically Divided Minds Synchronic Unity
343
Galen Strawson The Self and the SESMET
483
INDEX
519
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Shaun Gallagher is Professor and Chair of the Philosophy Department at the University of Central Florida and coeditor of the journal ""Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences"".

Shear is Affiliate Associate Professor in the Department of Philosophy at Virginia Commonwealth University and Managing Editor of the Journal of Consciousness Studies.

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