Stinking Philosophy!: Smell Perception, Cognition, and Consciousness

Cambridge MA: MIT Press (2024)
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"An original work of scholarship that argues for the importance of olfaction (sense of smell) for understanding perennial issues philosophy of mind, perception, and consciousness"--

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