the "thoroughly peculiar "forms'" of consciousness and the philosophy of mind
In a recent paper1 which critically examines and rejects several suggestions that have been made for "bridging the gap" between Husserl's phenomenology and neuroscience, Rick Grush concludes on a positive note:
Full citation [Harvard style]:
Crowell, S. (2010)., Husserl's subjectivism: the "thoroughly peculiar "forms'" of consciousness and the philosophy of mind, in C. Ierna, H. Jacobs & F. Mattens (eds.), Philosophy, phenomenology, sciences, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 363-389.
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