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Neural Manipulation for Causal Investigation of Consciousness

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From Biological to Artificial Consciousness

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To further close in on the neural mechanism of consciousness, I introduce neural manipulation. Here, neural activity is artificially altered to reveal the causal relations between manipulated activity and subjective experience.

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Correspondence to Masataka Watanabe .

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Watanabe, M. (2022). Neural Manipulation for Causal Investigation of Consciousness. In: From Biological to Artificial Consciousness. The Frontiers Collection. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-91138-6_3

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