This text develops a representational theory of the qualitative, the phenomenal and other aspects of the mind that have defied traditional forms of naturalism. Combined with an evolutionary account of sensory representation, its aim is to provide a naturalistic account of phenomenal consciousness.
We are sometimes aware of a difference between the way two things appear (k and h ... S can taste the difference between Coke and Pepsi, but he doesn't know ...
Author: Fred I. Dretske
Publisher: MIT Press