- Title Pages
- Falsifiable Predictions of the Burst Packet Theory of Attention and Consciousness
- 1 Introduction: The Mind–Body Problem Will Be Solved by Neuroscience
- 2 Overview of Arguments
- 3 A Criterial Neuronal Code Underlies Downward Mental Causation and Free Will
- 4 Neurons Impose Physical and Informational Criteria for Firing on Their Inputs
- 5 NMDA Receptors and a Neuronal Code Based on Bursting
- 6 Mental Causation as an Instance of Criterial Causation
- 7 Criterial Causation Offers a Neural Basis for Free Will
- 8 Implications of Criterial Causality for Mental Representation
- 9 Barking Up the Wrong Free: Readiness Potentials and the Role of Conscious Willing
- 10 The Roles of Attention and Consciousness in Criterial Causation
- Appendix 1: Physical Evidence for Ontological Indeterminism
- Appendix 2: Ontological Indeterminism Undermines Kim’s Argument against the Logical Possibility of Mental Causation
- Appendix 3: Why There Are No Necessary <i>A posteriori</i> Propositions
- Author Index
- Subject Index
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