I cannot tell you (everything) about my dreams
reply to Ivanowich and Weisberg
One of the main problems for the scientific study of consciousness is methodological. At least prima facie, the kind of knowledge we have of our own experiences is direct and not mediated by an inference process. This kind of knowledge contrasts with the kind of knowledge we have of others' experiences, which relies on the observation of their behavior and their reports.
Sebastián, M.A. (2014)., I cannot tell you (everything) about my dreams: reply to Ivanowich and Weisberg, in R. S. Brown (ed.), Consciousness inside and out, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 451-457.
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