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Publisher: Imprint Academic

Volume 2, Number 4, 1 April 1995

On the unity of conscious experience
pp. 290-311(22)
Author: Cotterill, R.M.J.

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Zombies and the function of consciousness
pp. 313-321(9)
Authors: Flanagan, O.; Polger, T.

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The unimagined preposterousness of zombies
pp. 322-325(4)
Author: dennett, D.C.

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Varieties of zombiehood
pp. 326-332(7)
Author: Guzeldere, G.

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You can't argue with a zombie
pp. 333-344(12)
Author: Lanier, J.

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Todd Moody's zombies
pp. 345-347(3)
Author: McCarthy, J.

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In defence of impenetrable zombies
pp. 348-450(103)
Author: Bringsjord, S.

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Zombies and the Turing test
pp. 351-352(2)
Author: Midgley, M.

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Consciousness can no more be ignored
pp. 353-357(5)
Author: Elitzur, A.C.

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Descartes, Flanagan and Moody
pp. 358-359(2)
Author: Chandler, K.

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What zombies can't do
pp. 360-360(1)
Author: Hodgson, D.

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Yes, we are zombies, but we can become conscious
pp. 361-364(4)
Author: Tart, C.T.

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Why zombies won't stay dead
pp. 365-372(8)
Author: Moody, T.C.

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Consciousness in the biological sciences
pp. 373-373(1)
Author: Goodwin, B.

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Einstein meets Magritte
pp. 374-375(2)
Author: Bouratinos, E.

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