Visual perception and phenomenal consciousness.
In the (re-)animated debate on consciousness we focus on three questions: Who has consciousness? What is its neuronal basis? What is its function? Regarding the first, we suggest that consciousness is exclusive to living organisms able to distinguish self from non-self. It may be restricted further to organisms who possess a repertoire of overt and covert behaviour which can be voluntarily modified and suppressed. This requires an intermediary neuronal net mediating between sensory input and ...Expand abstract
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