Table of Contents – JCS Vol. 29, No. 7-8, July/August 2022

Journal of Consciousness Studies controversies in science & the humanities

4 About Authors

Refereed Papers

7 The Phenomenal Concept Strategy Cannot Explain Problem Intuitions Marcelino Botin

32 Modelling Subjective Consciousness: A Guide for the Perplexed Peter Burgess

57 Against the Explanatory Argument for Enactivism Leonard Dung

69 Psychedelics, Atheism, and Naturalism: Myth and Reality Chris Letheby

Debate: Localism vs. Prefrontalism in Conscious Perception

93 The Role of the Prefrontal Cortex in Conscious Perception: The Localist Perspective Rafael Malach

115 Conscious Perception and the Prefrontal Cortex: A Review Matthias Michel

158 Making Progress on the Prefrontal Debate Matthias Michel & Rafael Malach

Sympsosium: Commentaries on Gualtiero Piccinini, Neurocognitive Mechanisms, with Précis and Reply

165 Introduction John Bickle

167 Neurocognitive Mechanisms: A Situated, Multilevel, Mechanistic, Neurocomputational, Representational Framework for Biological Cognition Gualtiero Piccinini

175 Metascience, Not Metaphysics, of Neuroscience John Bickle

185 The Case for Medium Dependence: Comment on Neurocognitive Mechanisms by Gualtiero Piccinini Mazviita Chirimuuta

195 Engaging the Plural Parts of Science: Assessing Flat and Aspect Realization through an Integrative Pluralist Lens Carl Gillett

218 Why Not Reductionism? Nico Orlandi

226 Neurocognitive Mechanisms: Some Clarifications Gualtiero Piccinini

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