Self and Self-Knowledge
Churchland (Patricia)
Source: Churchland (Patricia) - Brain-wise: Studies in Neurophilosophy, Chapter 3
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Contents

  1. The Problem and the Internal-Model Solution
    … 1.1 What Is the Problem?
    … 1.2 Self-Representational Capacities
    … … What are representations
    … … Autobiography and self
    … … Depersonalisation phenomena
    … … Parietal cortex lesions
    … … The dementias
    … … Anorexia nervosa
    … 1.3 Self as Agent
    … … Internal milieu, needs, and goals
    … … Moving, causing, and surviving
  2. Inner Models of Body, Self, and Others
    … 2.1 Sensory Systems Representing the Body
    … … The somatic sensory system
    … … The visceral system
    … 2.2 Myself among Other Things
    … 2.3 Knowing Oneself: A Philosophical Problem
  3. Conclusions

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