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On Flanagan’s Ideas On Dreams And Ahead: An Attempt To Locate Dreaming Phenomenon Under The Superclass Of Consciousness

Gezgin, Dr. Ulas Basar (2004) On Flanagan’s Ideas On Dreams And Ahead: An Attempt To Locate Dreaming Phenomenon Under The Superclass Of Consciousness. (Unpublished)

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In this paper, Owen Flanagan’s ideas on dreaming phenomenon are discussed and a thought experiment with four parallel trials is presented as an attempt to locate dreaming phenomenon under the superclass of consciousness.

Item Type:Other
Keywords:dreaming, consciousness, quining qualia, simulation
Subjects:Philosophy > Philosophy of Mind
ID Code:4905
Deposited By:Gezgin, Dr. Ulas Basar
Deposited On:10 Jun 2006
Last Modified:11 Mar 2011 08:56

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