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Title: Consciousness enigma: The "hard problem" – binding problem entanglement, "extra ingredient" and field principle
Authors: Lipkind, Michael
Keywords: Binding problem
Consciousness emergence
Extra ingredient
Field principle
Hard problem
Protophenomenal fundamental
Issue Date: May-2008
Publisher: CSIR
Abstract: The "Hard problem" of consciousness relates to the perplexing emergence of consciousness as a result of the brain activity. The binding problem concerns separate processing of perceived data in functionally and topographically segregated cortical areas and functional integration of such locally disjoined operations into coherently perceived images and events. The existing field-grounded theories of consciousness fall into two groups: (i) those based on the physical (electromagnetic) field, and (ii) those grounded on autonomous fields irreducible to the established physical fundamentals. The critical analysis of the existing theories results in formulation of the extra ingredient and a novel irreducible field-based theory of consciousness.
Page(s): 395-402
ISSN: 0019-5189
Source:IJEB Vol.46(05) [May 2008]

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