Lets Trust the (skilled) Subject! A Reply to Froese, Gould and Seth

Journal of Consciousness Studies 18 (2):90-97 (2011)
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The article by Froese, Gould and Seth is a survey rather than a commentary, dealing with the intertwined issues of the validity of first- person reports and of their interest for a science of consciousness. While acknowledging that experiential research has already produced promising results, the authors find that it has not yet produced 'killer experiments' providing a definitively positive answer to these two questions, and wonder what kind of experiment would allow it. Our response will address these two questions successively



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