Table of Contents – JCS Vol. 24, No. 5-6, May/June 2017

Journal of Consciousness Studies controversies in science & the humanities

4 About Authors

Refereed Papers

8 There Is No Free Won’t: The Role Definitions Play Lieke Asma

24 Mirroring, Mind-reading and Smart Behaviour-reading Emma Borg

50 Change Blindness in Higher-Order Thought: Misrepresentation or Good Enough? Ingar Brinck & Asger Kirkeby-Hinrup

74 In Defence of First-Order Representationalism Peter Carruthers

88 The Compsite View and the Hard Problem of Diachronic Identity Michael Cerullo

104 What Makes Up a Mood Experience? Bartek Chomanski

128 Superintelligence as Moral Philosopher Joseph Corabi

150 Motivational Defeaters of Self-Modifying AGIs Erez Firt

170 What is it Like to Meditate? Methods and Issues for a Micro-phenomenological Description of Meditative Experience Claire Petitmengin, Martijn van Beek, Michel Bitbol, Jean-Michel Nissou & Andreas Roepstorff

199 What is Absent from Contemplative Neuroscience? Rethinking Limits within the Study of Consciousness, Experience, and Meditation Brian Rappert, Giovanna Colombetti & Catelijne Coopmans

226 The Nature of Contemplative Science and Some Prospects for its Future Development Terje Sparby

Annual Essay Prize Winner, Centre for Philosophical Psychology, University of Antwerp

251 The Lower Bounds of Desire Henry Shevlin

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