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Consciousness
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Consciousness[edit]

Isms
Behaviorism
Cartesian Dualism
Connectivism
Direct realism
Dualism
Emergentism
Enactivism
Endurantism
Epiphenomenalism
Externalism
Idealism
Logical positivism
Monism
Mysticism
Open individualism
Perdurantism
Phenomenalism
Physicalism
Property dualism
Reductionism
Reflexive monism
Type physicalism
Subjects
Abstract object
Artificial intelligence
Associationism
Attention
Awareness
Behavioral neuroscience
Cognitive neuroscience
Cognitive science
Consciousness
Dependent origination
Distributed cognition
Embodied cognition
Embodied cognitive science
Embodied Embedded Cognition
Epistemology
Functionalism
Hard problem of consciousness
Heideggerian terminology
Heterophenomenology
Identity and change
Intentionality
Introspect
Level of consciousness
Metaphysical naturalism
Mind-body dichotomy
Mind/brain identity
Mindstream
Mnemonic
Multiple realizability
Neural correlates of consciousness
Neural Darwinism
Nonreductive physicalism
Noumena
Ontological pluralism
Percept
Personal identity
Personal life
Phenomenology
Philosophical zombie
Philosophy of mind
Presentism
Qualia
Quantum mind
Self
Self-awareness
Self-Schema
Sentience
Situated cognition
Supervenience
Synchronicity
People
Baruch Spinoza
Bertrand Russell
Carl Jung
Daniel Dennett
Dasein
David Bohm
David Chalmers
David Hume
Douglas Hofstadter
Edmund Husserl
Edsger Dijkstra
Freud
Fritjof Capra
Gilbert Ryle
Heidegger
Immanuel Kant
John Locke
Leibniz
Marx
Merleau-Ponty
Michel Foucault
Neuropsychology
Nietzsche
Philosophy of Mind
René Descartes
Richard Dawkins
Roger Penrose
Rousseau
Stuart Hameroff
Will to Power
William James
Wittgenstein