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  1. Unconscious Influences on Discourses About Consciousness: Ideology, State-Specific Science and Unformulated Experience.David Edwards - 2005 - Indo-Pacific Journal of Phenomenology 5 (1):1-20.
    Discussions about consciousness are complicated by the fact that participants do not share a common underlying “ordinary” consciousness. Everyday experience is founded on what Teasdale calls implicational cognition, much of which is not verbally formulated. An unacknowledged aspect of debate is individuals’ attempts to negotiate the expression of their unformulated experience. This is further complicated by the way in which a discourse, based on particular ontological assumptions, exercises an ideological control which limits what underlying aspects of experience can be formulated (...)
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