SENSATION, THOUGHT, AND CONSCIOUSNESS

Philosophy U77400, CUNY Graduate Center Spring 2004, Room 7-102 David M. Rosenthal
A course description is available at:

          http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cogsci/private/gc-s04.pdf
          http://artsci.wustl.edu/~drosenth/gc-s04.pdf

Other course information is at:

          http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cogsci/private/gc-dr-204.pdf
          http://artsci.wustl.edu/~drosenth/gc-dr-204.pdf

One paper will be due at the end of the semester, an abstract of 
which is due April 1.

Style and formatting information for papers and abstractS is at:

          http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cogsci/private/gc-style-204.pdf
          http://artsci.wustl.edu/~drosenth/gc-style-204.pdf

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Click here for a list of books on reserve in the Graduate Center 
library.

It will be useful, but not required, to have Rosenthal, ed., The
Nature of Mind, and Block, Flanagan, and Güzeldere, eds., The
Nature of Consciousness.  Both are on reserve, and almost every 
required item in each is also available elsewhere.

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The following readings may be adjusted somewhat as we go, adding or
deleting items and perhaps even changing the order of topics a bit.

For checking updates and accessing URLs, this file is available at:

          http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cogsci/private/stc.htm
          http://artsci.wustl.edu/~drosenth/stc.htm

(Note revision date at bottom.)

Various publications of mine, with sources, are available at:

          http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cogsci/dr.htm#publications
          http://artsci.wustl.edu/~drosenth/dr.htm#publications

Some items there require a userid and password; email me at:

          dro@ruccs.rutgers.edu

'NM' means Rosenthal, ed., The Nature of Mind.
'NC' means Block et al, eds., The Nature of Consciousness.

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Useful for various resources:

          http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cogsci/dr.htm#cn
          http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cogsci/re.htm

The Adobe Acrobat Reader, needed for .pdf files, is available on 
    the Graduate Center system; it can also be downloaded without 
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READINGS

1.  FOR 1/29:  QUALITIES AND SUBJECTIVITY

Nagel, "What Is It Like to Be a Bat?" (NM) (NC); also at:
       http://members.aol.com/NeoNoetics/Nagel_Bat.html
Jackson, "What Mary Didn't Know" (NM) (NC)

OPTIONAL:
Nagel, "Panpsychism," in Nagel, Mortal Questions
Churchland, "Reduction, Qualia, and the Direct Introspection of Brain States,"
       The Journal of Philosophy (January 1985); 
    OR "Knowing Qualia:  A Reply to Jackson" (NC)
Lewis, "Knowing What It's Like," postscript to "Mad Pain and Martian Pain" (NM)
Jackson, "Epiphenomenal Qualia," Phil Quarterly (April 1982); also at:
       http://members.aol.com/NeoNoetics/Mary.html#Epiphenomenal
Nagel, "Conceiving the Impossible and the Mind-Body Problem"
       http://www.nyu.edu/gsas/dept/philo/faculty/nagel/papers/conceiving.pdf
Perry, Knowledge, Possibility, and Consciousness, ch. 5; available at
       http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cogsci/private/perry-book-5-6.pdf


2.  FOR 2/5:  THE EXPLANATORY GAP

Levine, "On Leaving Out What It's Like" (NC) and in Davies and Humphreys
Rosenthal, "Reductionism and Knowledge"
       http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cogsci/rk.htm
       http://artsci.wustl.edu/~drosenth/rk.htm
Block and Stalnaker, "Conceptual Analysis, Dualism, and the Explanatory Gap,"
       The Philosophical Review, 198, 1 (January 1999); also at:
       http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cogsci/private/block-stalnaker-exply-gap.html

OPTIONAL:
Chalmers and Jackson, "Conceptual Analysis and Reductive Explanation,"
       The Philosophical Review 110, 3 (July 2001); also at:
       http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cogsci/private/chalmers-jackson-exply-gap.html
Van Gulick, "Understanding the Phenomenal Mind:  Are We All Just Armidillos?
       Part I:  Phenomenal Knowledge and Explanatory Gaps" (NC); 
       also in Davies and Humphreys, pp. 137-147


NO MEETING 2/12; LINCOLN'S BIRTHDAY


3.  FOR 2/19:  PHENOMENALITY AND GLOBAL ACCESS

Block, "On a Confusion about a Function of Consciousness" (NC); 
       from The Behavioral and Brain Sciences (June 1995); also at:
       http://www.cogsci.soton.ac.uk/bbs/Archive/bbs.block.html
Rosenthal, "The Kinds of Consciousness"
       http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cogsci/kinds.pdf
       http://artsci.wustl.edu/~drosenth/kinds.pdf
Block, "Paradox and Cross Purposes in Recent Findings about Consciousness,"
       Cognition (April 2001); also at
       http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cogsci/private/block-cognition.pdf
       A somewhat expanded version is available at 
       http://www.nyu.edu/gsas/dept/philo/faculty/block/papers/Elsevier.html
Rosenthal, "How Many Kinds of Consciousness?"
       http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cogsci/how-many.pdf
       http://artsci.wustl.edu/~drosenth/how-many.pdf

OPTIONAL:
Dennett, "The Path Not Taken" (BBS commentary)
       http://ase.tufts.edu/cogstud/papers/blockrvw.htm
Clark, Austen, "Phenomenal Consciousness So Called"
       http://www.ucc.uconn.edu/~wwwphil/pctall.html
Lycan, "Have We Neglected Phenomenal Consciousness?"
       http://psyche.cs.monash.edu.au/v7/psyche-7-03-lycan.html
Burge, "Two Kinds of Consciousness" (NC)
Clark, Andy, "A Case Where Access Implies Qualia?"
       http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cogsci/private/clark-access-qualia.pdf
Rosenthal, "Phenomenal Consciousness and What It's Like" (BBS commentary)
       http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cogsci/block.htm


4.  FOR 2/26:  FUNCTIONALISM AND HETEROPHENOMENOLOGY

Shoemaker, "Functionalism and Qualia" (NM)
Lewis, "Mad Pain and Martian Pain" (NM)
Dennett, Consciousness Explained, ch. 4
Rosenthal, "First-Person Operationalism and Mental Taxonomy,"
       http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cogsci/fpomt.htm
       http://artsci.wustl.edu/~drosenth/private/fpomt.pdf
Dennett, "Quining Qualia," in Marcel and Bisiach, eds.,
       Consciousness in Contemporary Science; also available at:
       http://ase.tufts.edu/cogstud/papers/quinqual.htm

OPTIONAL:
Lewis, "Psychophysical and Theoretical Identification" (NM)
Lewis, "Naming the Colors," in Lewis, Papers in Metaphysics and
       Epistemology
White, "Curse of the Qualia" (NC)
Dennett, Consciousness Explained, chs. 11 and 12
Dennett, "Two Approaches to Mental Images," in Brainstorms
Dennett, "Who's on First?  Heterophenomenology Explained"
       http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cogsci/private/dennett-whos-on-first.pdf
       OR AT:  http://ase.tufts.edu/cogstud/papers/JCSarticle.pdf
Dennett, "The Fantasy of First-Person Science" (a written version of a 
       February 2001 debate with Chalmers, Northwestern University)
       http://ase.tufts.edu/cogstud/papers/chalmersdeb3dft.htm


5.  FOR 3/4:  INVERTED AND ABSENT QUALITIES

Block, "Inverted Earth" (NC); also at
       http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cogsci/private/block-inverted.pdf
Shoemaker, "The Inverted Spectrum" (NC); also in Shoemaker, Identity, 
       Cause, and Mind:  Philosophical Essays
Rosenthal, "Sensory Quality and the Relocation Story"
       http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cogsci/reloc.htm
       http://artsci.wustl.edu/~drosenth/private/reloc.pdf
Palmer, "Color, Consciousness, and the Isomorphism Constraint" 
       http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cogsci/private/palmer-isomorphism.pdf

OPTIONAL:
Chalmers, "Absent Qualia, Fading Qualia, Dancing Qualia"
       http://www.u.arizona.edu/~chalmers/papers/qualia.html
Van Gulick, "Understanding the Phenomenal Mind:  Are We All Just
       Armidillos?  Part II:  The Absent Qualia Argument" (NC)
       also in Davies and Humphreys, pp. 147-154
Clark, "Spectrum Inversion and the Color Solid"
       http://www.ucc.uconn.edu/~wwwphil/csolid.html
Dennett, "The Zombic Hunch: Extinction of an Intuition?", Royal 
       Institute of Philosophy Millenial Lecture, October 1999
       http://ase.tufts.edu/cogstud/papers/zombic.htm
Perry, Knowledge, Possibility, and Consciousness, ch. 4; available at:
       http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cogsci/private/perry-book-4-7-8.pdf
Lycan, Consciousness and Experience, ch. 6


6.  FOR 3/11:  RECOGNITIONAL CONCEPTS

Loar, "Phenomenal States," second version (NC); also at
       http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cogsci/private/loar-phenomenal-states.html
Lewis, "Knowing What It's Like," postscript to "Mad Pain and Martian Pain" (NM)
Carruthers, "Phenomenal Concepts and Higher-Order Experiences"
       http://www.philosophy.umd.edu/people/faculty/pcarruthers/Phenomenal-concepts.htm

OPTIONAL:
Lewis, "What Experience Teaches" (NC)
Fodor, "There Are No Recognitional Concepts--Not Even RED
       http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cogsci/private/fodor-recognitional.htm
Fodor, "There Are No Recognitional Concepts--Not Even RED, Part 2:  The Plot
       Thickens"
       http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cogsci/private/fodor-recognitional-2.htm
Perry, Knowledge, Possibility, and Consciousness, ch. 6; also at:
       http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cogsci/private/perry-book-5-6.pdf
Kelly, "Demonstrative Concepts and Experience"
       http://www.princeton.edu/~skelly/Research/DemCon.Journal4.pdf
Block, "The Harder Problem," The Journal of Philosophy (August 2002); also:
       http://www.nyu.edu/gsas/dept/philo/faculty/block/papers/HarderProblem.pdf
       OR http://www.nyu.edu/gsas/dept/philo/faculty/block/papers/harder.htm


7.  FOR 3/18:  HOMOMORPHISM AND NONCONSCIOUS QUALITIES

Chisholm, from "The Status of Appearances" (NM)
Rosenthal, "The Colors and Shapes of Visual Experiences"
       http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cogsci/csve.htm
       http://artsci.wustl.edu/~drosenth/csve.htm
Sellars, "Empiricism and the Philosophy of Mind," §§1-6, 12-16 in
       Science, Perception and Reality; available at:
       http://www.ditext.com/sellars/epm.html
Rosenthal, "The Independence of Consciousness and Sensory Quality"
       http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cogsci/csq.htm
       http://artsci.wustl.edu/~drosenth/private/csq.pdf
Rosenthal, "Explaining Consciousness"
       http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cogsci/explg.pdf
       http://artsci.wustl.edu/~drosenth/explg.pdf

OPTIONAL:
Rosenthal, "Two Concepts of Consciousness" (NM)
       http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cogsci/tcc.htm
       http://artsci.wustl.edu/~drosenth/private/tcc.pdf
Peacocke, "Colour Concepts and Colour Experiences" (NM)
Sellars, "Being and Being Known," §§19-26, and "Phenomenalism," §VI, (NM);
       also in Sellars, Science, Perception and Reality
Sellars, "The Lever of Archimedes," First Carus Lecture, The Monist (Jan. 1981)
       http://www.ditext.com/sellars/carus.html


8.  FOR 3/26:  REPRESENTATIONALISM

Harman, "Explaining Objective Color in terms of Subjective Reactions," in
       Villanueva, Perception:  Philosophical Issues; reprinted in Byrne 
       and Hilbert, Readings on Color, volume 1:  The Philosophy of Color
Harman, "The Intrinsic Quality of Experience" (NC); also at
       http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cogsci/private/harman-intrinsic.pdf
Lycan, Consciousness and Experience, chs. 4, 5

OPTIONAL:
Byrne, "Intentionalism Defended," The Phil. Review 110, 2 (April 2001), at:
       http://web.mit.edu/abyrne/www/Intentionalism.pdf
Jolley and Watkins, "What Is It Like to Be a Phenomenologist?", at:
       http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cogsci/private/jolley-watkins.pdf
Block, "Mental Paint," at:
       http://www.nyu.edu/gsas/dept/philo/faculty/block/papers/mentalpaint.pdf
Neander, "The Division of Phenomenal Labor:  A Problem for Representational 
       Theories of Consciousness,"
       http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cogsci/private/neander-division.pdf
Lycan, "Representational Theories of Consciousness"
       http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/consciousness-representational/


9.  FOR 4/1:  CONSCIOUS QUALITIES AND INTROSPECTION

          >>>Abstracts are due<<<

Shoemaker, "Introspection and Phenomenal Character," Phil. Topics, at:
       http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cogsci/private/sss-intrn.doc
Rosenthal, "Introspection and Self-Interpretation," §§1-5
       http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cogsci/intrn.htm
       http://artsci.wustl.edu/~drosenth/private/intrn.pdf
Dennett, "Filling In versus Finding Out"
       http://ase.tufts.edu/cogstud/papers/fillin.htm
Dretske, Naturalizing the Mind, ch. 2 ("Introspection")

OPTIONAL:
Dretske, "Introspection," in Dretske, Perception, Knowledge, and Belief
Marcel, "Introspective Report:  Trust, Self-Knowledge and Science"
       http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cogsci/private/marcel-introspective-report.pdf
Shoemaker, "The Phenomenal Character of Experience," 3rd Royce Lecture, in
       Shoemaker, The First-Person Perspective and Other Essays; also at:
       http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cogsci/private/shoemaker-lecture-3.htm
Martin, "The Transparency of Experience"
       http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cogsci/private/martin-transparency.pdf


NO MEETING 4/8; SPRING BREAK


10.  FOR 4/15:  QUALITIES AND CONCEPTUALIZATION

Sellars, Science and Metaphysics, ch. 1, "Sensibility and Understanding"
Rosenthal, "Sensory Qualities, Consciousness, and Perception"
       http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cogsci/sqcp.htm
       http://artsci.wustl.edu/~drosenth/sqcp.pdf
Rosenthal, "Why Are Verbally Expressed Thoughts Conscious?"
       http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cogsci/why.htm
       http://artsci.wustl.edu/~drosenth/private/why.pdf
Loar, "Phenomenal Intentionality as the Basis of Mental Content"
       http://www.nyu.edu/gsas/dept/philo/courses/concepts/loar.html
Sellars, "Empiricism and the Philosophy of Mind," XV (§§56-59), in 
       Science, Perception and Reality; available at:
       http://www.ditext.com/sellars/epm.html

OPTIONAL:
Sellars, "Aristototelian Philosophies of Mind"
       http://www.ditext.com/sellars/apm.html
Rosenthal, "Thinking that One Thinks"
       http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cogsci/ttt.htm
       http://artsci.wustl.edu/~drosenth/private/ttt.pdf
Dretske, Naturalizing the Mind, ch. 1 ("The Representational Character of 
       Sense Experience")


11.  FOR 4/22:  MODALITIES, BINDING AND PERCEIVING

Treisman, "Feature Binding, Attention, and Object Perception"
       http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cogsci/private/treisman-feature-binding.pdf
Dennett, Consciousness Explained, ch. 5
Bach-y-Rita, "Form Perception with a 49-Point Electrotactile Stimulus 
       Array on the Tongue:  A Technical Note"
       http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cogsci/private/bach-y-rita-tongue.pdf

OPTIONAL:
Bach-y-Rita, "Sensory Substitution and Qualia," in Noë, Alva, and Evan 
       Thompson, eds., Vision and Mind
Block, "Tactile Sensation via Spatial Perception"
       http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cogsci/private/block-tactile-sn.pdf
Clark, Austen, "Some Logical Features of Feature Integration"
       http://137.99.26.4/~wwwphil/fiall.html
Ross, "Qualia and the Senses"
       http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cogsci/private/ross-qualia-senses.pdf
Hurley and Noë, "Neural Plasticity and Consciousness"
       http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cogsci/private/hurley-noe-neural-plasticity.pdf
Hurley and Noë, "Neural Plasticity and Consciousness:  Reply to Block"
       http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cogsci/private/hurley-noe-on-block.pdf


12.  FOR 4/29:  SPATIAL QUALITIES

Clark, Austen, "Three Varieties of Visual Field," Phil. Psych. 9, 4 (1996)
       http://www.ucc.uconn.edu/~wwwphil/visall5.html
Ross, "The Location Problem for Color Subjectivism"
       http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cogsci/private/Ross-cc.pdf
Rosenthal, "Color, Mental Location, and the Visual Field"
       http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cogsci/ross-cc.htm
       http://artsci.wustl.edu/~drosenth/ross-cc.htm
Milner and Goodale, "The Visual Brain in Action" (Précis of book)
       http://psyche.cs.monash.edu.au/v4/psyche-4-12-milner.html

OPTIONAL:
Jackson, "The Existence of Mental Objects" (NM)
Campbell, "Molyneux's Question," in Villanueva ed., Perception:  
       Philosophical Issues, 301-318
Campbell, "Shape Properties, Experience of Shape and Shape Concepts,"
       in Villanueva ed., Perception:  Philosophical Issues, 351-363
Martin, Michael, "Sense Modalities and Spatial Properties," in
       Eilan et al, Spatial Representation


13.  FOR 5/6:  CHANGE BLINDNESS AND QUALITIES

Grimes, John, "On the Failure to Detect Changes in Scenes across Saccades," 
       in Akins, ed., Perception
Simons, "Current Approaches to Change Blindness"
       http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cogsci/private/simons.pdf
Simons, Chabris, and Schnur, "Evidence for Preserved Representations in
       Change Blindness"
       http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cogsci/private/simons-et-al-preserved-rns.pdf

OPTIONAL:
Demonstrations of Change Detection and Inattentional Blindness
       http://viscog.beckman.uiuc.edu/djs_lab/demos.html
Blackmore, Susan J., Gavin Breistaff, Kay Nelson, Tom Trošcianko, "Is the 
       Richness of our Visual World as Illusion?  Transsaccadic Memory for 
       Complex Scenes"
       http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cogsci/private/blackmore-et-al-transsaccadic.pdf
Noë, Pessoa, and Thompson, "Beyond the Grand Illusion:  What Change 
       Blindness Teaches Us about Vision"
       http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cogsci/private/noe-et-al-grand-illusion.pdf
Noë, "Is the Visual World a grand Illusion?"
       http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cogsci/private/noe-grand-illusion-JCS.pdf
Dennett, "How Could I Be Wrong?  How Wrong Could I Be?"
       http://ase.tufts.edu/cogstud/papers/grandillusion.htm
Dretske, "Change Blindness"
       http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cogsci/private/dretske-change-blindness.doc
Simons' Change Detection Database:  http://viscog.beckman.uiuc.edu/change/


14.  FOR 5/13:  NONCONCEPTUAL CONTENT

      We won't meet 5/13; we'll need to arrange an alternative.

Peacocke, "Does Perception Have a Nonconceptual Content?"
       http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cogsci/private/peacocke-nonconceptual.pdf
Davies, Externalism and Experience" (NC)
Fodor, "Revenge of the Given"
       http://web.gc.cuny.edu/cogsci/private/fodor-revenge.pdf

OPTIONAL:
Stalnaker, "What Might Nonconceptual Content Be?"
       http://www.nyu.edu/gsas/dept/philo/courses/concepts/Stalnaker.htm
Peacocke, A Study of Concepts, ch. 3
Peacocke, "Sensation and the Content of Experience:  A Distinction" (NC);
       the same as Peacocke, Sense and Content, ch. 1
See Chrisley, "A Bibliography of Non-Conceptual Content"
       http://www.cogs.susx.ac.uk/users/ronc/ncc-bibliography.html


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BOOKS ON RESERVE


 1.  * Akins, Kathleen, ed., Perception, Oxford, 1996.
 2.  Aristotle, de Anima, tr. D. W. Hamlyn, Clarendon, 1993.
 3.  Armstrong, David M., Bodily Sensations, Routledge, 1962.
 4.  Armstrong, David M., The Nature of Mind, University of Queensland 
        Press, 1980.
 5.  Baars, Bernard J., William P. Banks, and James B. Newman, eds., Essen-
        tial Sources in the Scientific Study of Consciousness, MIT, 2003.
 6.  * † Block, Ned, Owen Flanagan, and Güven Güzeldere, eds., The Nature 
        of Consciousness:  Philosophical Debates, MIT, 1997.
 7.  Brewer, Bill, Perception and Reason, Clarendon, 1999.
 8.  * Byrne, Alex and David Hilbert, eds., Readings on Color, volume 1:
        The Philosophy of Color, MIT, 1997.
 9.  Byrne, Alex and David Hilbert, eds., Readings on Color, volume 2:
        The Science of Color, MIT, 1997.
 10.  Carruthers, Peter, Phenomenal Consciousness:  A Naturalistic Theory, 
        Cambridge, 2000.
 11.  Chalmers, David J., The Conscious Mind, Oxford, 1996.
 12.  Clark, Austen, A Theory of Sentience, Clarendon, 2000.
 13.  Clark, Austen, Sensory Qualities, Clarendon, 1993.
 14.  Crane, Tim, ed., The Contents of Experience, Cambridge, 1992.
 15.  * † Davies, Martin and Glyn W. Humphreys, eds., Consciousness:
        Psychological and Philosophical Essays, Blackwell, 1993.
 16.  Davis, Steven, Color Perception:  Philosophical, Psychological,
        Artistic and Computational Perspectives, Oxford, 2000.
 17.  De Gelder, Beatrice, Edward H. F. De Haan, and Charles A. Heywood,
        eds., Out of Mind:  Varieties of Unconscious Processes, Clarendon,
        2002.
 18.  † Dennett, Daniel C., Brainstorms, MIT, 1978.
 19.  * † Dennett, Daniel C., Consciousness Explained, Little, Brown, 1991.
 20.  * Dretske, Fred, Naturalizing the Mind, MIT, 1995.
 21.  † Dretske, Fred, Perception, Knowledge, and Belief, Cambridge, 2000.
 22.  † Eilan, Naomi, Rosaleen McCarthy, and Bill Brewer, eds., Spatial
        Representation, Clarendon, 1993.
 23.  Hardin, C. L., Color for Philosophers, Hackett, 1988.
 24.  Levine, Joseph, Purple Haze:  The Puzzle of Consciousness, Oxford, 
        2001.
 25.  † Lewis, David, Papers in Metaphysics and Epistemology, Cambridge, 
        1999.
 26.  * † Lycan, William G., Consciousness and Experience, MIT,  1996.
 27.  * Marcel, Anthony J. and Edoardo Bisiach, eds., Consciousness
        in Contemporary Science, Clarendon, 1988.
 28.  McGinn, Colin, The Problem of Consciousness, Blackwell, 1991.
 29.  McGinn, Colin, The Subjective View:  Secondary Qualities and
        Indexical Thoughts, Clarendon, 1983.
 30.  Milner, A. David and Melvyn A. Goodale, The Visual Brain in Action, 
        Clarendon, 1995.
 32.  † Nagel, Thomas, Mortal Questions, Cambridge, 1979.
 31.  Nagel, Thomas, The View From Nowhere, Oxford, 1986.
 33.  † Noë, Alva, and Evan Thompson, eds., Vision and Mind, MIT, 2002.
 34.  Papineau, David, Thinking about Consciousness, Clarendon, 2002.
 35.  † Peacocke, Christopher, A Study of Concepts, MIT, 1992.
 36.  † Peacocke, Christopher, Sense and Content, Clarendon, 1983.
 37.  † Perry, John, Knowledge, Possibility, and Consciousness, MIT, 2001.
 38.  Pylyshyn, Zenon, Seeing and Visualizing, MIT, 2003.
 39.  * Rosenthal, David M., ed., The Nature of Mind, Oxford, 1991.
 40.  Ross, Peter W., Being Red and Seeing Red:  Sensory and Perceptible
        Qualities, Ph.D. Dissertation, CUNY Graduate School, 1997.
 41.  Schwartz, Robert, Vision:  Variations on Some Berkleian Themes, 
        Blackwell, 1994.
 42.  † Sellars, Wilfrid, "Foundations for a Metaphysics of Pure Process,
        The Carus Lectures," The Monist LXIV, 1 (January 1981):  3-90.
 43.  Sellars, Wilfrid, Philosophical Perspectives:  Metaphysics and
        Epistemology, Ridgeview, 1977.
 44.  * Sellars, Wilfrid, Science and Metaphysics, Ridgeview, 1968.
 45.  * † Sellars, Wilfrid, Science, Perception and Reality, Ridgeview,
        1963.
 46.  * Shoemaker, Sydney, Identity, Cause, and Mind:  Philosophical
        Essays, expanded edn. Clarendon, 2003 (1st edn. Cambridge, 1984)
 47.  † Shoemaker, Sydney, The First-Person Perspective and Other Essays, 
        Cambridge, 1996.
 48.  Strawson, Galen, Mental Reality, MIT, 1994.
 49.  Strawson, P. F., Individuals:  An Essay in Descriptive Metaphysics, 
        Methuen, 1959.
 50.  Stubenberg, Leopold, Consciousness and Qualia, John Benjamins, 1998.
 51.  Thau, Michael, Consciousness and Cognition, Oxford, 2002.
 52.  Thompson, Evan, Colour Vision, Routledge, 1995.
 53.  † Villanueva, Enrique, ed., Perception:  Philosophical Issues,
        Ridgeview 1996.
 54.  Weiskrantz, Lawrence, Blindsight:  A Case Study and Implications,
        Clarendon, 1986.
 55.  Weiskrantz, Lawrence, Consciousness Lost and Found:  A Neuropsycho-
        logical Exploration, Clarendon, 1997.


   * Contains assigned reading item(s).
   † Contains optional reading item(s).


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