Table of Contents: Vol. 27, No. 7-8, July/August 2020

Journal of Consciousness Studies controversies in science & the humanities

4 About Authors

Refereed Papers

7 Perception, Emotion, and the Interconnected Mind Matthew Fulkerson

31 Stock Returns and the Mind: An Unlikely Result that Could Change Our Understanding of Consciousness Ulf Holmberg

50 Self-Consciousness as a Product of Biological Evolution Bernard Korzeniewksi

77 Thick NCCs Yield Physicalist Epiphenomenalism William S. Robinson

95 Glad it Happened: Personal Identity and Ethical Depth Marya Schechtman

115 Perceiving ‘Other’ Minds: Autism, 4E Cognition, and the Idea of Neurodiversity Janna van Grunsven

144 Why Integrated Information Theory Must Fail on its Own Causal Terms Tess van Stekelenberg & Jonathan C.W. Edwards

165 Naturalizing Religion, Spiritualizing Science: The Role of Consciousness Research Harald Walach


195 How Mindreading Might Mislead Cognitive Science Peter Carruthers

220 Empiricist Intuitions Arise from an Ontological Dissonance: Reply to Carruthers Iris Berent

230 Explaining the Empiricist Bias: Reply to Berent Peter Carruthers

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

236 Attentional Weighting in Perceptual Learning Madeleine Ransom

Book Reviews

249 Tony Cheng, Ophelia Deroy & Charles Spence (eds.), Spatial Senses: Philosophy of Perception in an Age of Science Reviewed by Paul Coates

255 Wolfgang Baer, Conscious Action Theory: An Introduction to the Event-Oriented World View  Reviewed by Chris Nunn

260 Manidipa Sen (ed.), Problem of the Self: Consciousness, Subjectivity and the Other Reviewed by Chinmaya Lal Thakur

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