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Locating consciousness: We are conflicted by the role of conflict

  • Dom Massaro (a1) and Bill Rowe (a1)

Abstract

What is consciousness for? Consciousness allows us to handle conflict, a promising proposal by Morsella et al. However, they provide little evidence as to why consciousness is particularly valuable in resolving conflict, nor do they limit the role of consciousness to only conflicting experiences. We attempt to clarify their possible positions and offer several solutions for how these might be formulated and tested.

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