Continuing Commentary Ned Block (1995). On a confusion about a function of consciousness. BBS 18:227–287.
Availability: The cognitive basis of experience
David J. Chalmers a1 a1 Department of Philosophy, University of California, Santa Cruz, CA 95064
Although A-consciousness and P-consciousness are conceptually
distinct, a refined notion of A-consciousness makes it plausible that
the two are empirically inseparable. I suggest that the notion of
direct availability for global control can play a central role here,
and draw out some consequences.