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Методология и история психологии

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Концепции и определения сознания

Розенталь Д.М.
PhD, доктор философии (PhD), профессор философии и координатор междисциплинарной программы по когнитивной науке (professor of philosophy and coordinator of the interdisciplinary concentration in cognitive science), Городской университет Нью-Йорка (City University of New York (CUNY)), президент ассоциации по научному изучению сознания (President of the Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness), Нью-Йорк, США

Аннотация

Термин «сознание» используется для описания трех различных феноменов: 1) указания на состояние людей и других живых существ, когда они бодрствуют и реагируют на сенсорную стимуляцию (живое сознание); 2) понимания или осознания чего-либо (переходное или транзитивное сознание); 3) свойства ментальных состояний (сознание состояния). Будучи взаимосвязанными, эти феномены отличаются друг от друга, и важно различать их концептуально и теоретически. Рассмотрены теории сознания первого порядка, теории глобального рабочего пространства и теории высшего порядка. Теории иллюстрируются содержательными примерами.

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