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Integr Psychol Behav Sci. 2008 Mar;42(1):76-86; discussion 87-91. doi: 10.1007/s12124-007-9038-3. Epub 2008 Jan 12.

Comparative evaluations.

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Clark University, Worcester, MA 01610, USA. rbibace@clarku.edu

Abstract

My response to Engelmann (2008) will be based on several questions that will allow both its author and the general reader to determine whether the assumptions I make as an interpreter of this complex paper are congruent or incongruent with their own interpretations of the text. The interpretations by the writer, by any commentator, and the diverse interpretations of a general audience together with my own interpretations will, I hope, facilitate some fruitful 'comparative evaluations.' I articulate my inferences of the most dense part of the paper, namely the 'concrete immediate Consciousness and the developing absent outside.' My hope is to address Engelmann's question: "Am I in a better disposition to judge modern theories of consciousness?" The last section of my response spells out more personal comments to my all too brief and single encounter with Arno Engelmann. It is there that Arno Engelmann's fascinating statement "I am a citizen of the world" is addressed through its counterparts in my life.

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18193328
DOI:
10.1007/s12124-007-9038-3
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