Friday October 26, 2007
For all of you interested in consciousness and that kind of malarkey, there’s a great new online resource site called MindPapers, which gives access to literally thousands of papers on the subject of conscoiusness. This site is an extended version of the list that was previously hosted on David Chalmers’s website.
Some of the papers in the list are available online to anybody, for others you’ll need access to JSTOR and similar academic networks, and some you’ll need to track down on paper. But even amongst those that you can just get hold of online, there should be enough here to exhaust even the most enthusiastic of consciousness buffs…
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