-Oxford Handbook

                              of the Philosophy of Consciousness



Table of Contents

 

 

Introduction. What is the philosophy of consciousness? (Uriah Kriegel)

1. The problem of consciousness? (David Papineau)


Part I. Varieties of conscious experience


2. Visual experience (Pär Sundström)
3. Non-visual perception (Casey O'callaghan)
4. Bodily experience (Frederique de Vignemont)
5. Emotional experience (Julien Deonna & Fabrice Teroni)
6. Imaginative experience (Amy Kind)
7. Conscious thought (Tim Bayne)
8. The experience of agency (Myrto Mylopoulos & Josh Shepherd)
9. Temporal experience (Philippe Chuard)

10. The unity of consciousness (Farid Masrour)

Part II. Theories of consciousness


11. The neural correlates of consciousness (Hakwan Lau & Jorge Morales)

12. Beyond the neural correlates of consciousness (Uriah Kriegel)

13. Dualism (Brie Gertler)

14. Neutral monism and panpsychism (Sam Coleman & Philip Goff)

15. Idealism (Michael Pelczar)

16. Eliminativism and fictionalism (Liz Irvine & Mark Sprevak)

17. A priori physicalism (Frank Jackson)
18. A posteriori physicalism (Joseph Levine)

19. Representationalism (Adam Pautz)
20. Higher-order representationalism (Josh Weisberg)
21. Self-representationalism (Tom McClelland)

22. The epistemic approach to the problem of consciousness (Daniel Stoljar) 


Part III. Consciousness and neighboring phenomena 

 

23. Consciousness and attention (Christopher Mole)

24. Consciousness and memory (Christopher Hill)

25. Consciousness and mental causation (Benjamin Kozuch)
26. Consciousness and intentionality (Angela Mendelovici & David Bourget)
27. Consciousness and knowledge (Berit Brogaard & Elijah Chudnoff)

28. Consciousness, introspection, and self-knowledge (Maja Spener)

29. Consciousness and self (Dan Zahavi)

30. Consciousness and morality (Josh Shepherd & Neil Levy)

31. Consciousness and embodiment (Mark Rowlands)