Editorial: The future of consciousness studies

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[opening paragraph]: The working group for the first Tucson conference and the first Oxford JCS editorial meeting took place around the same time (Spring 1993), and in both groups there was the same Davy Crockett pioneer feeling. However things have moved on a bit since then: Tucson II attracted over 1000 registrants along with worldwide media coverage and Andy Clark referred to ‘the highly successful Journal of Consciousness Studies’ in a recent New Scientist reveiew. However, partly as a result of this success, along with the steady progress of dedicated journals like Consciousness and Cognition (launched in 1991) and Psyche, 1997 has seen a mushrooming of small focused meetings, and specialist journals are now publishing papers on consciousness. So how does this leave the broad interdisciplinary focus of JCS and of meetings like Tucson and Elsinore?

Document Type: Review Article

Affiliations: Imprint Academic, PO Box 1, Thorverton EX5 5YX, UK.

Publication date: January 1, 1997

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