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Cognitive Phenomenology

The term cognitive phenomenology refers to the idea that the phenomenal quality of experience is not limited to the sensory or feeling states but that there is, in Thomas Nagel's phrase, “something it is like” to engage in higher-order cognitive acts ...

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