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Journal of Consciousness Studies Vol 24 (2017)

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  • How does the mind relate to the brain?
  • Can computers ever be conscious?
  • What do we mean by subjectivity and the self?

These questions are being keenly debated in fields as diverse as cognitive science, neurophysiology and philosophy. JCS is a peer-reviewed journal which examines these issues in plain English.

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  • How does the mind relate to the brain?
  • Can computers ever be conscious?
  • What do we mean by subjectivity and the self?

These questions are being keenly debated in fields as diverse as cognitive science, neurophysiology and philosophy. JCS is a peer-reviewed journal which examines these issues in plain English.

Full Text of Selected Articles

JCS is a traditional printed publication — most of our subscribers like to read every article and we pride ourselves in the quality of our editing, printing and binding. However we have a thriving email discussion group, jcs online forum which is sampled here and have included links to the full text of a representative sample of refereed articles, editorials and reviews from JCS itself.

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Critical Reviews

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  • “Do we need this journal? . . . Yes, we do: there is no other journal quite like it, and one day we shall, I think, look back to its appearance as a defining moment . . . and at the price, it’s a snip!” Jeffrey Gray, Nature
  • “With JCS, consciousness studies has arrived.” Susan Greenfield, Times Higher Education Supplement

 

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