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ABSTRACT. Consciousness belongs to a different ontological category from that of the physical world. Consciousness is always constituted by a tacit self-consciousness. The conception of a conscious mental state which does not include this self-conscious dimension is incoherent, since it would be an unconscious conscious state.

 

Written by ADRIANA NEACSU
 
 
 

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