Part of the Vienna Circle Institute Library book series (VCIL, volume 3)
What Is the Specific Significance of Dream Research for Philosophy of Mind?
Three examples: Altered states as contrast classes, self-model phase transitions in lucidity, and the devastating epistemological consequences of cognitive corruption.
KeywordsAltered State Contrast Condition Phenomenal State Phenomenal Experience Sleep Paralysis
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