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意識研究入門(第3版)

Consciousness : An Introduction

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Blackmore, Susan   Troscianko, Emily T.

Routledge 2018/04
636 p. 25 cm   
装丁: Pap   
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テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9781138801318
装丁違いISBN: 1138801305
KCN: 1025247064
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納期について
DDC: 153
KDC: C22 知覚・認知・神経・意識
A111 形而上学・認識論
G70 神経内科学・神経科学
関連書リスト: CL2018
SB2992H 認知言語学と心・言語の探究の最前線2018
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Draws on theories and examples from psychology, neuroscience, philosophy, and biology to provide students with a thorough understanding of this subject.

Full Description

Is there a theory that explains the essence of consciousness? Or is consciousness itself an illusion? Am I conscious now? Now considered the 'last great mystery of science', consciousness was once viewed with extreme scepticism and rejected by mainstream scientists. It is now a significant area of research, albeit a contentious one, as well as a rapidly expanding area of study for students of psychology, philosophy, and neuroscience. This edition of Consciousness, revised by author team Susan Blackmore and Emily Troscianko, explores the key theories and evidence in consciousness studies ranging from neuroscience and psychology to quantum theories and philosophy. It examines why the term `consciousness' has no recognised definition and provides an opportunity to delve into personal intuitions about the self, mind, and consciousness. Featuring comprehensive coverage of all core topics in the field, this edition includes: Why the problem of consciousness is so hard Neuroscience and the neural correlates of consciousness Why we might be mistaken about our own minds The apparent difference between conscious and unconscious Theories of attention, free will, and self and other The evolution of consciousness in animals and machines Altered states from meditation to drugs and dreaming Complete with key concept boxes, profiles of well-known thinkers, and questions and activities suitable for both independent study and group work, Consciousness provides a complete introduction to this fascinating field. Additional resources are available on the accompanying companion website: www.routledge.com/cw/blackmore

Table of Contents

Introduction, Section One: The problem, 1. What's the problem? 2. What's it like to be...? 3. The grand illusion, Section Two: The brain, 4. Neuroscience and the correlates of consciousness, 5. The theatre of the mind, 6. The unity of consciousness, Section Three: Body and world, 7. Attention, 8. Conscious and unconscious, 9. Agency and free will, Section Four: Evolution, 10. Evolution and animal minds, 11. The function of consciousness, 12. The evolution of machines, Section Five: Borderlands, 13. Altered states of consciousness, 14. Reality and imagination, 15. Dreaming and beyond, Section Six: Self and other, 16. Egos, bundles, and theories of self, 17. The view from within?, 18. Waking up