In this article, I explore the possibility of plant subjective awareness within the conceptual framework of Plant Neurobiology -- an emerging discipline that aims to unearth the way plants perceive and act purposefully. I shall argue that plants lack none of the functional structures
that are supposedly needed, and so we have no scientific reason to exclude the possibility that they have evolved different structures that underlie their own subjective experiences.
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Document Type: Research Article
MINT Lab, Department of Philosophy, University of Murcia, Spain; EIDYN Research Centre, and Institute of Molecular Plant Sciences, University of Edinburgh, Scotland, Email: [email protected]
January 1, 2017