'A leading figure in 'conciousness studies' here offers a scintillatingly unusual work of neuroscientifically informed philosophy... Metzinger writes with urgent curiosity, refreshing parts that other philosophers of mind don't ordinarily reach.'
About the Author
Thomas Metzinger is former Chairman of the Philosophy Department at the Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz, Germany, where he now directs the Theoretical Philosophy Group. He presented the prestigious Foerster Lecture in 2004 at the University of California, Berkeley. His previous book, Being No One: A Self Model Theory of Subjectivity, was celebrated as "a milestone of modern philosophy of mind" by the US journal Philosophy of Science.