Table of Contents: Vol. 26, No. 5-6, May/June 2019

Journal of Consciousness Studies controversies in science & the humanities

3 About Authors

Refereed Papers

6 Masked Priming in Semantic Selection Tasks Reveals ‘Feeling of Knowing’ Experiences but No Subliminal Perception Robin Døngart & Søren Kyllingsbæk

35 Reviewing Tests for Machine Consciousness Aïda Elamrani & Roman V. Yampolskiy

65 The Physical as Nomalous Jonah Goldwater

89 Growing Evidence that Perceptual Qualia are Neuroelectrical Not Computational Mostyn W. Jones

117 Equal Rights for Zombies? Phenomenal Consciousness & Responsible Agency Alex Madva

141 Illusionist Integrated Information Theory Kelvin J. McQueen

170 In Defence of Bare Attention: A Phenomenological Interpretation of Mindfulness Jan Puc

191 Grounding the Gaps or Bumping the Rug? On Explanatory Gaps & Metaphysical Methodology Gabriel Oak Rabin

204 Can Quantum Physics Help Solve the Hard Problem of Consciousness? Christoph Simon

219 The Three Formal Phenomenological Structures: A Means to Assess the Essence of Mathematical Intuition Alexandra Van-Quynh

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

242 Learning from the Past: Epistemic Generativity & the Function of Episodic Memory Alexandria Boyle

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