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Consciousness Studies

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Consciousness Studies

Publisher: Wikibooks
Number of pages: 235

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Everyone has his or her own view of the nature of consciousness. The intention of Consciousness Studies is to expand this view by providing an insight into the various ideas and beliefs on the subject as well as a review of current work in neuroscience.

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