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(p. 739) Index

(p. 739) Index

Addiction, 398, 479ff, 481
Affect/affectivity, 58, 61ff, 65, 67, 70, 73, 99, 116, 160, 529, 541, 572, 576, 581ff, 667ff, 682, 686, 688ff, 630–31
Afference, 129, 181, 191, 196, 446
Affordance, 69–70, 160, 169, 243
Afterlife, 37, 41, 57
Agency, 1, 6, 15–17, 20, 29, 45, 47, 113, 115–16, 128, 180–81, 183, 192–93, 195, 244, 247, 255, 285, 289, 291, 293ff, 401, 403, 404, 410, 459ff, 473, 475, 500, 502, 513, 548ff, 558, 560–61, 563, 566, 584, 585, 587, 595, 601, 618, 625, 626, 628, 629, 631, 633, 638, 650, 658, 671, 685, 716, 718, 720, 722ff, 728 (see sense of agency)
Agentive judgments, 450ff, 456ff
Agnosognosia, 189, 192, 195, 242–43, 445
Ainslie, George, 472, 479ff
Akrasia, 17, 465ff, 483, 506, 514
Albahari, Miri, 8–9, 11–12, 229ff, 297, 318ff, 526ff
Alien Hand Syndrome, 163
Allen, Katherine, 687
Alterity, 676ff, 692
Alzheimer's Disease, 85, 332
Amputation, 151, 160, 163 (see phantom limb)
Anarchic Hand Syndrome, 119
Animalism, 14, 18, 145, 358ff, 362ff, 433, 490, 549
Anomalous self-experience, 2, 521ff, 542
Anorexia nervosa, 24, 160, 644, 681ff, 693ff
Anscombe, Elizabeth, 5, 164–65, 294, 375ff, 382
Anti-realism, 280, 284ff
Arendt, Hannah, 734
Aristotle, 17, 35–36, 38–39, 465ff, 611, 615, 625, 663, 686, 697, 719, 723
Armel, K. C., 185ff
Artaud, Antonin, 531, 536, 538
Asomatognosia, 118–19, 188
Asperger's syndrome, 98–99, 585
Augustine, 37–38, 59, 65
Autism, 21, 98ff, 539, 571ff
Autonomy, 27, 343ff, 401, 465, 494, 506, 531, 644, 676, 703, 717, 722, 724, 729ff
Baier, Annette, 27, 725, 729ff
Bain, Alexander, 45
Baker, Lynne Rudder, 140, 144, 285
Bakhtin, Mikhail, 23, 646–47, 655, 658ff, 672, 677
Baldwin, James Mark, 45
Bartky, Sandra, 730–31
Baumeister, Roy, 482ff
Bayne, Timothy, 449, 453ff, 565
Berger, Peter, 634
Bergoffen, Debra, 716, 731–32, 734
Bergson, Henri, 26, 523, 700ff
Berze, Joseph, 523
Blanke, Olaf, 196ff.
Bleuler, Eugen, 523, 542
Blachowicz, J.673–74
Block, Ned, 64, 153, 257
Bodily awareness, 140ff, 145ff, 157ff, 221, 230, 231, 236, 239, 242, 249, 631 (see self-awareness)
Bodily continuity (see physical continuity)
Body image, 68, 154, 160, 683
Body schema, 67ff, 121, 154, 189–90
Boethius, 38
Botvinick, M.185ff
Boundedness, sense of, 9, 231, 234, 240, 244ff, 530
Bradley, F. H., 2, 41
Braude, Stephen, 20, 547–48, 552ff
Brewer, Bill, 148
Bromberg, Philip, 603
Bruner, Jerome, 395, 451, 643
Buddhism, 1, 2, 8, 10–11, 229ff, 246, 280, 282, 293, 297ff, 493, 527ff
Bundle theory of self, 43, 282–83, 352, 381, 386
Bunge, Mario, 112
(p. 740) Butler, Joseph, 487–88
Butler, Judith, 733ff
Campbell, John, 341, 586
Carman, Taylor, 221–22
Carruthers, Peter, 445
Cartesian ego (self), 1, 5, 8, 22, 170, 235, 258, 283, 284, 326, 361, 375–76, 391, 404, 421, 423, 426, 429, 437, 609–612, 614–17, 625, 629, 656, 702, 728
Cashinahua tribe, 705ff
Cassam, Quassim, 167, 170, 235
Cassirer, Ernst, 663
Castañeda, Hector-Neri, 168, 373
Causality, 12–14, 65, 117, 153, 172, 283, 287, 290, 299ff, 306ff, 312, 314, 339ff, 385–86, 413, 423, 431, 441, 443, 453, 458, 473, 476, 503–504, 508ff, 541, 586, 597–98, 627, 638
Cavarero, Adriana, 719, 734
Chalmers, David, 256
Christianity, 35, 37–38
Clarke, S., 2, 41
Colapietro, Vincent, 623, 625
Collins, Anthony, 41
Coma, 57, 329
Community, 58, 345, 404–405, 440, 558, 565, 622ff, 634, 636ff, 644, 672, 697, 709, 727;
moral community, 507, 518
Comparator model, 122, 191, 446, 450
Compatibilism, 149ff, 315, 431, 457–58, 503
Constitutionalist view, 140, 143;
constitutionism371 (see narrative self-constitution)
Core self (see minimal self)
Damasio, Antonio, 121, 127
Darwin, Charles, 47, 59, 688
Davidson, Donald, 469
Deafferentation, 154, 195
Death, 34ff, 51, 55ff, 142, 144, 299, 345, 363, 366, 437, 440–41, 512, 436
De Biran, Maine, 45, 210
de Beauvoir, Simone, 717–18, 723, 725, 730, 734
Deconstruction, 635, 644, 684, 701, 703, 726ff
Default mode of brain, 114, 117, 126–27
Deleuze, Gilles, 683, 691, 696ff, 705, 707–708, 712
Deliberation, 17, 350, 442, 550, 625, 627–28, 640, 723, 733
Democritus, 36
Demonstratives, 5–6, 149, 282, 344–45, 376–77, 379
Dennett, Daniel, 15, 20, 62, 129, 257, 287, 388, 397ff, 406, 444, 465, 622
Derrida, Jacques, 696ff, 707, 711ff
Descartes, Rene, 35, 38ff, 47, 51, 53, 111, 139, 142ff, 151, 235, 255, 258, 261, 264, 275, 284, 375, 382, 388, 595, 596, 610–11, 617, 650, 703, 715–16
Despret, Vinciane, 686, 690ff
Development, 1ff, 21, 24, 27, 44ff, 50ff, 59ff, 65, 69, 72ff, 85, 86, 100, 129, 185, 399ff, 411, 524, 572, 575, 581, 583ff, 593, 596, 600, 613, 617, 622ff, 644, 658,663, 665, 667ff, 676
(and psychopathology)571
Devereux, Georges, 689ff
de Vignemont, Frederique, 163, 180, 585
Dewey, John, 22, 610ff, 619ff
Diachronicity, 189, 233, 316–17, 320, 326–27, 491, 525, 707, 710;
Diachronic unity, 13, 266, 328ff, 353ff, 359, 362, 366ff, 550
Dialogical self, 23–24, 646, 654ff, 658ff
Discourse, 11, 23, 25, 301–302, 306, 360, 364, 380, 578, 637, 639ff, 696ff, 707, 722, 733ff
Disembodiment, 143, 145, 153–54, 192, 197
Disgust, 67, 510–12, 685
Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID), 20, 398, 552, 556, 564, 603, 662
Division, 439
Dokic, Jérôme, 162
Dunne, John, 259
Duns Scotus, 281
Eccles, John, 111–12
Ecological self, 3, 68–69, 76, 129, 254, 320, 625, 628, 669–70, 672, 728ff
Efference, 119–120, 122, 129, 181, 196, 446, 453ff
Egocentric coordinates, 21, 94, 115, 123–24, 148, 160, 175–76, 195, 200, 238, 241, 585
Ego depletion, 483–84
Embarrassment, 8, 71, 220, 279, 326, 468, 510, 580ff, 586, 681
Embodiment, 8, 65, 140, 142, 152ff, 182–83, 209, 211, 215, 217, 528ff, 549ff, 553, 618, 630, 635, 654
Emergentism, 11, 112, 302, 304
Emotional commitment, 467, 506, 514, 515
Emotional engagement in autism, 580ff
Emotional expressions, 574, 578, 648
(p. 741) Enactivism, 53, 249, 254, 618
Epicurus, 36
Epiphenomenalism, 17, 443, 457, 625
Ehrsson, H. H.194ff, 197–98
Evans, Gareth, 5, 141, 152, 166–67, 170, 173, 376–77
Extended self, 3, 12, 656–57, 668, 676
Externalism, 22, 23, 42, 616, 618, 630
Exteroception, 159, 161, 166, 263, 528
Face, 22, 63, 75, 82ff, 87, 94, 98, 100–101, 116, 128, 224, 534, 616, 645, 664, 666–67
Fallible self, 610ff
Fallibilism, 615ff
Farah, M. J., 4, 114ff, 128, 198
Farrer, Cloe, 118ff
Feminism, 2, 24, 26, 27, 51,, 558, 635, 683ff, 171ff
Fichte, J. G., 46, 261
First-person, 12ff, 124ff, 141, 152, 160, 166, 172ff, 339ff, 349–50, 373, 375, 377–78, 384–85, 437, 573;
First-person pronoun, 13, 158, 343–345, 349–50, 375, 441, 572, 577–78, 596
Fischer, John Martin, 487
Fission, 2, 41–42, 359, 439ff, 495ff
Flemke, Kimberly, 687
Fodor, Jerry, 256, 620
Forms of life, 49, 637
Foucault, Michel, 23–24, 569, 638, 644, 682ff, 694, 721
Frankfurt, Harry, 330ff, 472, 501–502, 561
Freedom, 16, 22, 45, 55, 303, 456ff, 502, 599, 627, 698, 708–709, 725
Free will, 17, 50, 400, 429, 431, 456, 472, 473
Frege, Gottlobb, 373–74, 378–79
Freud, Sigmund, 50, 59, 63, 65, 69, 582, 586, 599
Fricker, Miranda, 729–30
Frith, Chris, 99, 118ff, 447, 522
Gallagher, Shaun, 146, 153, 162, 215, 224, 281, 449–50, 618, 628ff, 701
Garfinkel, Harold, 643
Gazzaniga, Michael, 444–45
Geach, Peter, 484
Gender, 24, 36, 27, 51, 96, 554, 558, 559, 660, 682, 717, 719, 720ff, 727, 728, 733
Generative disorder, 540ff
Gibson, James, 6, 69, 129, 160, 168–69, 173
Gilligan, Carol, 722ff
Gillihan, S. J., 4, 114ff, 128, 198
Gödel, Kurt, 697
Goldie, Peter, 221, 415
Gollwitzer, Peter, 477–78
Graham, George, 444
Grandin, Temple, 574
Graziano, M. S., 186ff
Grice, H. P., 381
Guattari, Félix, 696ff, 707, 711ff
Guilt, 331, 431, 510, 562, 580ff, 586ff, 600ff, 625, 675, 731
Gurwitsch, Aaron, 229
Habit, 22, 302, 333, 383, 528, 554, 616, 625ff
Haggard, Patrick, 123, 446
Happé, Francesca, 574
Harré, Rom, 643
Hartley, David, 2, 44
Hazlitt, William, 2, 41, 44–45
Hegel, G. W. F., 46–47, 49
Heidegger, Martin, 49–50, 539, 712
Henden, Edmund, 469
Henry Michel, 210–11, 326, 526, 529ff
Herbart, J. F., 45
Hermeneutics, 15, 395, 397–98, 402ff, 412ff, 640
Hohwy, Jakob458–59
Hume, David, 2, 43, 56, 253, 261, 277, 282, 697
Husserl, Edmund, 11, 26, 148, 150, 155, 211ff, 229, 231, 235, 239, 261, 292, 321ff, 329, 332, 527–28, 645, 700ff
Hutto, Daniel, 401
Hyper-reflexion, 19, 535, 537–38, 540
I-me distinction (James, Mead), 655ff
Idem (identity), 15, 325
Identity, numerical, 15–16, 26, 281, 420, 493, 495ff, 548, 563 (see idem, ipseity, personal identity)
Image-schema, 665ff
Imitation, 67, 579ff
Immunity to error through misidentification (IEM), 5ff, 13, 141, 149, 152, 167ff, 250, 376ff
Impermanence, 299, 303
Incompatibilism, 149–50, 457–58
Indian philosophy, 8, 229, 232, 249, 297–98, 304–305, 308–309
Individualism, 562, 622, 644, 648–51, 683, 717, 724–27
Intentionality, 20, 204–205, 207–208, 211–12, 219, 225, 234, 259, 534, 528, 540
Interoception, 159, 161–62, 166–67, 236, 263
Intersubjectivity, 3, 8, 15, 27, 61, 75, 125, 129, 285, 525, 534, 539, 575, 580, 628ff, 654, 664, 666, 672, 684, 686, 690, 731 (also see Others)
Intransitivity, 7ff, 206ff, 218, 234, 236, 239
(p. 742) Introspection, 6, 14, 23, 46, 50, 115, 157–158, 162, 166, 167, 168, 235, 284, 310, 380, 381, 408, 529, 535, 537, 616, 640, 641
Ipseity (ipse identity), 15–16, 19, 234–35, 324, 525, 529, 532, 534
Jackson, Frank, 256
James, William, 3, 12, 22, 48–49, 52–53, 63, 66, 72ff, 181, 260–661, 264, 271, 523, 610, 618ff, 630, 655ff, 672, 677, 691
Jaspers, Karl, 541
Jealousy, 580–81, 586–87, 657
Jeannerod, Marc, 123, 181
Johnson, Barbara, 713ff, 723, 726, 728ff
Johnson, Mark, 664
Johnston, Mark, 430ff
Joint attention, 575, 578ff, 586, 668–69, 673, 677
Jonas, Hans, 248
Kant, Immanuel, 46–47, 155, 229, 255, 260, 261, 264, 272, 284, 531, 598–99, 615, 626, 698, 703, 710, 717, 719, 723, 734
Kaplan, David, 388ff
Kennett, Jeanette, 465, 469–70, 510, 556
Kierkegaard, Søren, 561
Kinaesthesia, 7–8, 146, 152, 160, 164–165, 211, 537
Kleptomania, 503, 599
Kraepelin, Emil, 523
Kripke, Saul, 256
Kruks, Sonia, 730, 732
Kuhn, Thomas, 635
Lacan, Jacques, 682, 716
Lamarque, Peter, 411ff
Language, 23, 44, 49, 65, 74, 129, 260, 344, 377, 379–80, 399, 404, 411–12, 424, 427, 432–33, 435, 438, 525, 572–73, 583, 614, 622, 624, 628ff, 635ff, 642, 644, 646, 648, 664, 667, 672, 675, 683;
and autism, 577ff
Latour, Bruno, 690, 692–93
LeDoux, Joseph, 4, 113, 116
Legrand, Dorothée, 7, 117–18, 128–29, 198, 230
Leibniz, Gottfried, 255–56, 260–61, 276, 281
Leucippus, 36
Lenggenhager, B., 196ff
Lester, Rebecca, 683, 685
Levine, J., 256
Libet, Benjamin, 456–57
Lichtenberg, Georg, 375, 382, 384
Lippert-Rasmussen, Kasper, 505–06
Lloyd, Genevieve, 401, 718ff 728
Locke, John, 12, 14, 16, 33–34, 40ff, 46–47, 51, 54, 140, 142, 147, 155, 192, 2587,260, 267, 277, 291, 340–41, 351, 358, 360, 362ff, 370, 381, 420, 489ff, 617, 619
Lockwood, M., 256
Longo, M., 182ff
Lorenz, Konrad, 691
Luckman, Thomas, 634
Lucretius, 36
Lyotard, Jean-Francois, 696ff, 705ff
MacIntyre, Alisdair, 395–96, 402, 404ff, 643
Makin, T. R., 188ff
Marcel, Anthony, 119, 224
Martin, M. G. F., 140, 146–47, 147, 149, 222–223
Marx, Karl, 49, 636, 681–82
Materialism, 35ff, 54, 112, 140, 143–44, 170, 210, 236, 256–57, 266–67, 272ff
McAdams, Dan, 643
McGinn, Colin, 256, 272
McKay, Donald, 112
Mead, George Herbert, 22–23, 46, 610ff, 614, 618–19, 622ff, 629, 631–32, 645, 655, 657ff, 664, 668, 673ff
Melden, A. I., 473
Meltzoff, Andrew, 616, 629
Memory, 3, 21, 40, 42, 100, 172–73, 311–12, 344, 358, 381, 424, 451, 489ff, 448, 455ff, 585, 599, 603, 641, 647–48, 657, 667–68, 682, 706;
Autobiographical, 114–115, 128, 166, 399, 629;
Episodic, 3; 172;
Mental causation, 18, 443, 456, 458ff, 541
Merleau-Ponty, Maurice, 150, 175, 177, 181, 211–12, 215, 221ff, 235–36, 697, 716
Metzinger, Thomas, 196ff, 285, 312, 324
Miller, Jean Baker, 727ff
Millikan, Ruth, 452
Mills, Charles, 729
Mind-body problem. See Dualism
Mineness, 9, 12, 181ff, 326ff, 410, 527;
myness, 162ff
Minimal self, 3, 8ff, 15, 19, 20, 25, 27, 57ff, 65ff, 70ff, 76, 118, 119, 128, 180, 230ff, 254, 256, 259ff, 266ff, 330, 332ff, 407, 525, 530ff, 631;
disorders of, 540–542
Minkowski, Eugene, 523, 540–41
Mirror neurons, 74, 76, 84–85, 96, 98, 587
Mirror self-recognition, 3, 81, 84ff
Moral responsibility, 10, 17–18, 25, 303, 458, 488ff, 496–97, 499–500, 502ff, 511–12, 514ff, 639
Moral significance, 429
(p. 743) Multiple Personality Disorder (see Dissociative Identity Disorder)
Multiple selves, 547ff
Nägärjuna, 255, 305
Nagel, Thomas, 256, 291ff, 473
Narrative, 2, 8, 15ff, 23ff, 51, 54, 59, 115, 119, 128, 129, 299, 307, 325, 329, 394ff, 444–45, 451–52, 493ff, 501, 514–15, 525, 532, 548ff, 596, 614, 621, 622, 628ff, 635, 643, 659–60, 686, 698–99, 705ff
Narrative self-constitution, 398ff, 404, 414, 698
Natorp, Paul, 530
Neglect, unilateral spatial, 124, 154, 160, 192, 221
Neisser, Urich, 3, 69, 76, 129, 320, 628, 669
Nelson, Katherine, 399ff, 614, 629
Neoplatonism, 37–38
Neuroscience (see Brain)
Newborns, 3, 57ff, 321, 616, 629, 666–67
Newstead, Anne, 170
Newton, I., 39–40
Nietzsche, Friedrich, 2, 43–44, 50, 255, 325, 634
Noë, Alva, 153, 618
Nonconceptual experience, 6, 157, 160, 167, 173, 174, 282, 286, 539
No-self, 1, 9–11, 15, 230, 235, 279, 283, 286, 288ff, 293–94, 318
Non-egological accounts, 228ff, 323, 325, 334
Normativity, 19–20, 189, 248, 306, 332, 396, 403, 507–508, 548, 550ff, 562ff, 567, 643, 716ff, 720, 722, 724, 732–33
Northoff, Georg, 113–14, 116–17
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, 457
Obsessive personalities, 540
Olson, Eric, 52, 352–53, 357ff, 364, 366, 370
Ontogenesis. See Development
Origen, 37
Others, 8, 15, 21, 22, 24, 27, 42, 43, 45ff, 25, 58ff, 64, 74ff, 88ff, 114, 115, 117, 121, 125–26, 157, 220, 327, 348, 350, 374, 380, 399, 401, 404ff, 411, 455, 508, 509, 533–34, 572ff, 581, 583ff, 587, 593, 599, 614, 624, 626, 627, 645–646, 657, 665, 668, 670ff, 676, 685ff, 704, 721, 725ff
Out-of-body-experiences, 7, 192, 197 (see disembodiment)
Ownership, 6–7, 9, 11–12, 17–18, 48, 118–19, 163ff, 176, 229, 230, 232ff, 240ff, 318–19, 321, 327, 331, 334, 489ff, 514, 527–28, 730;
Pain, 5, 15, 33, 36, 45, 58, 61ff, 67, 69, 70, 139, 141, 146, 151, 159, 162, 168, 171, 172, 174, 213–14, 256ff, 265, 300, 302ff, 326, 345–46, 421, 425–26, 428, 430, 453, 438, 441, 535, 636, 665
Panpsychism, 271ff
Parfit, Derek, 15ff, 41–42, 172–73, 256, 304, 349ff, 491, 548, 550
Passivity, 60–61, 322ff, 522, 529, 599
Pathologies of self, 2, 5, 11, 19, 119, 160, 242, 321, 332, 401, 415, 447, 451
Peacocke, Christopher, 143, 171
Performance, self as, 648ff
Peirce, C. S., 22, 609ff, 629ff
Peripersonal space, 8, 187–88
Perry, John, 13, 168, 286, 350
Person, 2, 4, 10, 11, 13ff, 33–34, 42, 61,139, 140ff, 293, 298ff, 304ff, 309, 331, 341ff, 344, 346ff, 358, 359ff, 372, 374ff, 421ff, 487, 492ff, 512, 527, 549ff, 562, 566ff, 596, 627ff, 672
Personal identity, 12ff, 35–36, 38, 40ff, 46–47, 51, 55–56, 144, 156, 178, 230, 317, 339, 342, 352, 362–63, 420ff, 440, 488ff, 498, 500–501, 514, 547ff, 553, 560, 596, 655, 697
Personalists, 11, 304–305
Personhood, 14, 14, 48, 302ff, 307–308, 407, 548–49, 560, 567, 724
Perspectival ownership, 11, 233ff, 240ff, 318ff, 327, 329, 334, 527ff
Phantom limb, 177, 289–90
Phenomenology (as description), 2, 10, 19, 46, 49, 50, 119, 160, 162–63, 210–211, 228, 235, 282, 322, 443, 541, 700, 702–703;
(as experience), 10, 166, 169, 175, 177, 219, 283ff, 410, 411, 457, 522, 586–87
Physical continuity, 420, 423, 427–28, 433ff
Physicalism, 256, 272, 360, 365, 367, 432, 443
Plato, 34ff, 466–67, 471, 481, 593, 615, 703
Pleasure, 33, 36, 45, 69, 70, 73, 162, 302ff, 484, 559, 573, 581, 604–605, 735
Plotinus, 34ff
Popper, Karl, 111–12
Positioning, 23, 26, 659ff, 717, 722
Postmodern, 2, 25–26, 51, 547, 563, 634, 651, 656, 684, 696ff, 726, 730
Poststructuralism, 1, 24, 26
Pragmatism, 23, 49, 609ff, 615, 618, 620, 623
Prostheses, 149, 163–64, 267
Prereflective self-awareness, 9, 12, 46, 118ff, 128–29, 146, 318, 324–25, 333–34, 529ff
Pride, 510, 562, 580ff, 586–87, 599
Private language, 49, 404, 622, 675
(p. 744) Problem cases of personal identity (see puzzle cases of personal identity)
Proprioception, 5, 6, 7, 63, 66, 68, 69, 140, 141, 146, 150ff, 158ff, 162, 164, 165, 167ff, 173, 183, 185, 192ff, 197, 201, 236, 238, 447, 450, 455, 628
Psychoanalysis, 21, 24, 27, 61, 65, 75, 593, 595, 598, 600, 603, 640, 646, 688, 689
Psychological continuity, 2, 14, 16, 18, 42, 144, 358–59, 362, 420, 423–24, 427, 430, 436, 491ff
Psychopathology, 1, 27, 522ff, 542, 547, 567, 571–72
Psychopathy, 19, 508, 510ff
Puzzle cases of personal identity, 41, 424ff, 428–29, 437, 441
Radden, Jennifer, 554
Ramachandran, V.185ff
Reafference (see afference)
Real Self View (RSV), 18, 504ff
Reductionism10, 396, 421ff, 441;
Buddhist reductionism, 11, 299ff
Reid, Thomas, 2, 16, 44, 382, 488, 493, 497, 557, 562–63
Responsibility, 10, 13, 16ff, 25, 302–303, 329, 331, 351, 358, 487ff, 495ff, 562, 587, 603, 627, 631, 638, 650, 730–31;
Criminal, 456
Ricoeur, Paul, 15, 325, 331–32, 395ff, 413–14
Roser, M.444–45
Rovane, Carol, 20, 547ff
Rubber hand illusion, 7, 182ff
Ruby, Perrine, 113, 117–18, 125ff
Sartre, Jean-Paul, 11, 12, 46, 49, 57, 60–61, 64, 150, 208, 209, 218, 220, 225, 229, 234, 323ff, 329, 527, 539
Sass, Louis, 444
Schechtman, Marya, 493, 551
Scheffler, Israel, 616–17, 620
Scheler, Max, 49
Schizophrenia, 19, 98ff, 521ff, 527, 531ff, 535ff
Science fiction, 16, 419, 421 490ff
Searle, John, 229, 256, 376, 389, 449, 452
Self as fiction, 2, 10, 15, 41, 42ff, 55, 281, 298ff, 397–98, 400, 412–13, 729
Self as illusion, 10–11, 43, 228ff, 284, 318ff, 563, 716
Self as immaterial, 34ff, 39ff, 44, 48, 53, 139, 143, 260, 265–66, 349, 421
Self-as-object, 7, 128–29, 204ff, 214, 672
Self as political subject, 698ff
Self-as-subject, 7, 117, 128, 130, 204ff, 212, 219, 220, 223, 225, 438
Self-awareness, 3ff, 21–22, 46, 54, 58, 59, 64ff, 71–72, 76, 81, 85, 88–89, 97, 98, 100–101, 113, 129, 141, 148ff, 196, 205, 207, 230, 231, 234ff, 239, 240, 244, 249, 282, 284, 332, 333, 399, 442, 444, 445, 448ff, 521, 525, 526, 529, 534, 537ff, 572, 573ff, 616, 625, 631;
among children with autism, 584ff (see bodily awareness)
Self-control, 17–18, 51, 465ff, 617–18, 624–25, 627–28, 629, 631
Self-face, 87ff, 95ff, 114, 197
Self-knowledge, 51, 59, 151, 240, 284, 372, 384, 391, 600–601, 605, 618, 668
Self-recognition, 3, 4, 80ff, 118, 129, 181, 447;
face recognition113, 114, 197
Sellars, Wilfred, 613
Sense of agency, 17, 94, 119ff, 180, 442ff, 455–56, 462, 614
Sense of ownership, 6, 7, 9, 11, 17, 118ff, 141, 146, 157, 161ff;
deflationary vs inflationary, 163ff
Sensory integration, 7, 184, 188–89, 191ff
Sher, George, 512
Sherrington, Charles, 158–59
Shoemaker, Sidney, 5, 140ff, 147, 166, 167, 172, 222, 235, 240ff, 247, 260, 340, 345–46, 361, 365, 375–378, 489
Siegel, Jerrold, 542
Singularity, 10, 143, 282, 547, 561ff, 567, 692
Smith, Joel, 170ff
Smith, Angela, 508ff
Snowdon, Paul, 144–45
Social bond, 698ff, 709ff
Social cognition, 125, 285, 670, (see Intersubjectivity and Others)
Social construction, 23, 633ff, 672
Social identity, 706, 711
Social imaginary, 716ff
Social self, 3, 45, 48, 610, 620, 622ff, 656
Solms, Mark, 593
Somotoparaphrenia, 182, 189, 195, 242 (see Alien Hand Syndrome)
Soul, 34ff, 53, 55, 139, 143, 209, 227, 260, 265–66, 294, 343, 348–49, 352, 358, 361, 363, 421, 437, 531, 532, 597, 621, 673, 703
Spelman, Elizabeth, 686
Split-brain, 41, 95, 114, 317, 444, 445
Stephens, Lynn, 444
Stern, Daniel, 64, 616
(p. 745) Strawson, P. F., 143, 584
Strawson, Galen, 20, 228, 551, 561;
on narrative407ff, 412
Stream of consciousness (or thought);12, 48, 229, 231, 245, 316, 321ff, 336, 619ff, 630, 659
Subjectivity, 1, 9, 23, 25, 26, 59, 64, 67, 119, 205, 207ff, 223ff, 229, 234, 239, 258–59, 261–62, 279, 293, 326, 328, 330, 332ff, 410, 523ff, 531, 534–35, 542, 654, 666, 672, 681, 683ff, 689–90, 693, 716ff
Suffering, 11, 297, 300, 302ff, 308, 310, 313, 422, 566ff, 728
Supervenience, 304ff
Survival, 34ff, 41–42, 55, 58, 61, 65, 67, 145, 302, 430, 436–37, 439–40, 480
Synchronicity, 12, 232, 316, 326, 328, 332, 367–68, 549–550;
Synchronic unity, 266, 316–17, 320, 329, 353ff, 550
Synesthesia, 72ff
Taylor, Charles, 331–32, 395–96, 402, 405, 502, 642, 676, 725
Taylor, Ken, 388
Teletransportation, 419ff, 424–25, 437
Theory of mind, 97ff, 117, 125ff, 192
Thick properties, 13–14, 356ff, 366ff
Thin properties, 356ff, 366ff
Thomson, Judith Jarvis, 144
Thought-experiments, 340ff, 358ff, 419ff, 421
Thought insertion, 522
Temporality, 11, 26, 46, 94ff, 191, 221, 229, 239, 262–63, 266ff, 291, 303, 316, 322–23, 329, 331–32, 341, 352, 379, 396, 404, 423, 447, 449, 452–53, 496–97, 526, 534, 554, 599, 615, 619, 620, 623, 629, 659, 666, 699ff, 707, 710, 729
Tertullian, 37
Touch, 8, 68, 72, 82–83, 91–92, 147, 154, 158, 183, 185–86, 191, 194, 197, 212ff, 218ff, 238, 381, 467
Transcendental ego, 11, 229ff, 282, 292–93, 316–17, 323, 325, 527, 552, 615
Transfer, bodily, 142ff, 358–59, 363;
brain, 144, 358–59
Transitivity, 7ff, 206ff, 218, 234, 236, 354, 500
Transparency, 8, 212, 215ff, 221, 243, 290, 293, 531–32, 536, 717;
transparent self-model, 285, 290
Transplantation, 142, 144–45, 358–59, 362ff, 370, 434, 439–40, 490, 492
Trevarthan, Colwyn, 60, 78, 629
Unity of apperception47
Unity of self, 13, 20, 25, 34–35, 44, 54, 55, 71, 113, 229, 231ff, 255–56, 263ff, 271, 273ff, 316ff, 321ff, 328–29, 353ff, 359, 361–62, 366, 368, 382, 396, 398, 408, 411, 423, 493, 497ff, 523, 530, 547–48, 550, 552–53, 561ff, 597, 626, 662
Van Inwagen, Peter, 256, 300
Velleman, David, 15, 18, 400–401, 403ff, 473ff, 476–77, 622
Volition, 14, 140, 230, 361–62, 442, 501, 529, 537, 540, 655–56, 658;
second-order volitions, 501
Vygotsky, Lev, 623, 645–46, 671
Watkins, Mary, 662–63
Watson, Gary, 501ff, 508ff
Wegner, Daniel, 445, 451, 456ff, 461
Winnicott, D. W.594
Witnessing, 231ff, 299, 329, 531, 536
Wittgenstein, Ludwig, 5, 21, 166, 292, 374–75, 382, 404, 572, 583, 598, 634, 636, 637, 646, 697
Wolf, Susan, 502ff, 508–509
Wollheim, Richard, 596
Woolf, Virginia, 596, 601, 604, 721
Zahavi, Dan, 230ff, 234ff, 407, 410–11, 527