Consciousness is not any thing

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Abstract

Suggests that the analysis of consciousness by T. Natsoulas (see record 1979-22877-001) (1) fails to consider factors that have contributed to the reification of consciousness by science, (2) underestimates the seriousness and ubiquity of this reification, and (3) is ultimately similarly guilty of reifying consciousness by espousing a basically physicalist form of phenomenology. The author suggests an approach that incorporates more fully a phenomenological or dialectical perspective. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2006 APA, all rights reserved)

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