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Publisher: Imprint Academic

Volume 5, Number 4, 1998

Can phenomenal qualities exist unperceived
pp. 405-414(10)
Author: Feser, E.

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Unsensed phenomenal qualities
pp. 415-418(4)
Author: Lockwood, M.

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Three paradoxes of phenomenal consciousness: bridging the explanatory gap
pp. 419-442(24)
Authors: Ellis, R.D.; Newton, N.

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Is physics an observer-private phenomenon like consciousness?
pp. 443-453(11)
Authors: Rossler, O.E.; Rossler, R.; Weibel, P.

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Emergence & the mind-body problem
pp. 464-482(19)
Author: Silberstein, M.

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Beliefs about consciousness and reality of participants at ‘Tucson II’
pp. 483-496(14)
Authors: Baruss, I.; Moore, R.J.

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'Tucson III': A personal view
pp. 497-503(7)
Author: Sutherland, K.

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A stone-age anthropologist looks at ‘Tucson III’
pp. 504-507(4)
Authors: Murinbata, T.; Whitehead, C.

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