Perspective, reflection, transparent explanation, and other minds

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 18 (4):684-685 (1995)
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Perspective and reflection have each been considered in some way basic to phenomenal consciousness. Each has possible evolutionary value, though neither seems sufficient for consciousness. Consider an account of consciousness in terms of the combination of perspective and reflection, its relationship to the problem of other minds, and its capacity to inherit evolutionary explanation from its components.



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