Journal of Consciousness Studies 21 (11-12):201-206 (2014)

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Lantz Fleming Miller
University of Twente
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One purpose for the field of consciousness studies may be to increase general understanding about consciousness and its place in human life, thereby possibly aiding us in living in better harmony within our societies and with our fellow humans. Neil Levy’s new work is a candidate for this latter purpose for the field. Consciousness studies may help us better understand how we function as conscious agents—or what role consciousness plays in our agency—and aid in our more just construction of laws, especially those dealing with culpability.
Keywords Benjamin Libet  global workspace theory  Huckleberry Finn  language of thought  readiness potential
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