- Title Pages
- Colour Plates
- Chapter 1 Stances towards the problem of consciousness
- Chapter 2 The illusory narrative of consciousness
- Chapter 3 Where science and consciousness meet
- Chapter 4 Intentionality
- Chapter 5 Reality and illusion
- Chapter 6 Enter qualia
- Chapter 7 A survival value for consciousness?
- Chapter 8 Creeping up on the hard problem
- Chapter 9 Epiphenomenalism revisited
- Chapter 10 Scrutinising functionalism
- Chapter 11 From Cartesian theatre to global workspace
- Chapter 12 The global neuronal workspace
- Chapter 13 The neural correlate of consciousness
- Chapter 14 Bottom-up vs top-down processing
- Chapter 15 Egocentric space and the parietal lobes
- Chapter 16 Taking physics seriously
- Chapter 17 Consciousness of self: The point of view
- Chapter 18 The bodily senses
- Chapter 19 Responsibility
- Chapter 20 Overview
- (p.123) Chapter 10 Scrutinising functionalism
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The previous chapter concluded by asking the question: how does the unconscious brain create and inspect the display medium of conscious perception? If the argument so far is correct, the Hard Problem of consciousness can be reduced to just this question. This chapter starts on the exploration of some possible ways to answer it.
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