"As might be expected from the contributors involved, the thirteen papers making up this collection provide an excellent, cutting-edge critique of some of the key arguments in the debates about phenomenal consciousness, or 'what it is like' to have conscious experiences."--Dr. David Wall, Metapsychology Online Reviews
"The issues discussed in the volume range from the nature of phenomenal consciousness and phenomenal concepts to the theory of concepts and the mind-body problem. Alter and Walter have contributed a helpful introduction, and put together an excellent collection that anyone with an interest in the philosophy of mind will find an essential volume to own." --Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews
About the Author
Torin Alter is an Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of Alabama. Sven Walter is an Assistant Professor at the University of Bielefeld.