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The Wall Street Journal just posted a very interesting list which analyzes all the known bird flu deaths so far. It makes for strangely engrossing reading.
Epstein, R. (2004). Consciousness, art and the brain: Lessons from Marcel Proust. Consciousness & Cognition, 13, 213-240.
COMMENTARY BY DAVID GALIN: Galin, D. (2004). Aesthetic experience: Marcel Proust and the neo-Jamesian structure of awareness. Consciousness & Cognition, 13, 241-253.
COMMENTARY BY DONALD DRYDEN: Dryden, D. (2004). Memory, imagination, and the cognitive value of the arts. Consciousness & Cognition, 13, 254-267.
Epstein, R. (2000). The neural-cognitive basis of the Jamesian stream of thought. Consciousness & Cognition, 9: 550-575.
COMMENTARY BY DAVID GALIN: Galin, D. (2000). Comments on Epstein’s neurocognitive interpretation of William James’ model of consciousness. Consciousness & Cognition, 9, 576-583.
RESPONSE BY EPSTEIN: Epstein, R. (2000). Substantive thoughts about substantive thoughts: A reply to Galin. Consciousness & Cognition, 9, 584-590.
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