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Publisher: Imprint Academic

Volume 1, Number 2, 1 February 1994

Why and how we are not zombies
pp. 164-167(4)
Author: Harnad, S.

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Complexity, meaning and the cartesian cut
pp. 168-181(14)
Author: Atmanspacher, H.

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Consciousness as an engineering issue. Part 1
pp. 182-185(4)
Author: Michie, D.

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Conversations with zombies
pp. 196-200(5)
Author: Moody, T.

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Quantum theory and the need for consciousness
pp. 201-204(4)
Author: Squires, E.

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Neuroscience and folk psychology, an overview
pp. 205-216(12)
Author: Hodgson, D.

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Cartesian dualism and the concept of medical placebos
pp. 230-233(4)
Author: Campbell, A.

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An Anthropologist on Mars
pp. 234-240(7)
Authors: Sacks, O.; Freeman, A.

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Mechanisms, microtubules and the mind
pp. 241-249(9)
Author: Penrose, R.

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Quantum mechanics and consciousness
pp. 253-255(3)
Author: Beck, F.

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Roger Penrose and the quest for the quantum soul
pp. 261-263(3)
Author: Baars, B.J.

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Why Searle has not rediscovered the mind
pp. 264-274(11)
Author: Hodgson, D.

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You're nothing but a pack of neurones!
pp. 275-289(15)
Author: Watts, F.

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Demolishing the self
pp. 280-282(3)
Author: Blackmore, S.

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