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MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass.
248, xvi pages
Ten problems of consciousness
This book presents the author's theory about the phenomenal "what it feels like" aspect of consciousness. Michael Tye argues that all experiences and feelings represent things, and that their phenomenal aspects are to be understood in terms of what they represent.
Full citation [Harvard style]:
Tye, M. (1995). Ten problems of consciousness, MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass.
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