Table of Contents – JCS Vol. 29, No. 5-6, May/June 2022

Journal of Consciousness Studies: controversies in science & the humanities

4 About Authors

Refereed Papers

8 Attempt to Replicate Bem’s Precognitive Avoidance Task and Detect Relationships with Trait Anxiety Sarika Arora, Mike Schmidt, James Boylan & Spiro P. Pantazatos

21 Alteration of Consciousness by Anaesthetics: A Multiscale Modulation from the Molecular to the Systems Level Marco Cavaglià, Eric A. Zizzi, Stephen Dombrowski, Marco A. Deriu & Jack A. Tuszynski

50 Panpsychism vs. the Zombie Argument Harry Cleeveley

75 Dissolution of What? The Self Lost in Self-Transcendent Experiences Lena Lindström, Petri Kajonius & Etzel Cardeña

102 Random Event Generators and a First- Person Account of Mind–Matter Interaction Herb Mertz

130 Telepathy as a Natural and Normal Process of Life: Contextual Support from Biology, Psychology, and Philosophy William Winter

150 Consciousness and Rationality: The Lesson from Artificial Intelligence Philip Woodward

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

176 Mental Imagery and Polysemy Processing Michelle Liu

Book Reviews

190 John Heil, Appearance in Reality, reviewed by John Bigelow

196 David Papineau, The Metaphysics of Sensory Experience, reviewed by Mary Carman

201 Anil Seth, Being You: A New Science of Consciousness, reviewed by Alex Gomez-Marin

207 Luke Roelofs, Combing Minds: How to Think about Composite Subjectivity, reviewed by Joanna Leidenhag

212 John Higgs, William Blake vs. the World, reviewed by Chris Nunn

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