Table of Contents – JCS Vol. 31, No. 5 – 6, May/June 2024

Journal of Consciousness Studies controversies in science & the humanities

Is Subjectless Consciousness Possible?

Special Issue edited by Christian Coseru

3 About Authors

6 Introduction: Is Subjectless Consciousness Possible? Christian Coseru

26 The Impossibility of Subjectless Experience Galen Strawson

37 Minimal Subjectivity and Reflexive Awareness Matthew MacKenzie

62 Can There Be Something it is Like to Be No One? Christian Coseru

104 Selfless Minds, Unlimited Bodies? Homeostatic Bodily Self-Regulation in Meditative Experiences Anna Ciaunica

127 Selves Beyond the Skin: Watsuji, ‘Betweenness’, and Self-Loss in Solitary Confinement and Dementia Joel Krueger

151 Depersonalization, Meditation, and the Experience of (No-)Self Manuela Kirberg & Monima Chadha

178 Pure Consciousness as the Ground of the Given: Or, Why There is No Perception Without Background Reception Itay Shani

206 Being You — Or Not: A Challenge for Garfield and Seth Dan Zahavi

221 Is it Possible to Imagine Being No One? Jonardon Ganeri

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