My Library

University LibraryCatalogue

For faster,
simpler
access.
Use Lean
Library.
Get it now
Don't show me again
     
Limit search to items available for borrowing or consultation
Result Page: Previous Next
Can't find that book? Try BONUS+
 
Look for full text

Search Discovery

Search CARM Centre Catalogue

Search Trove

Add record to RefWorks

Cover Art
PRINTED BOOKS
Author Blahnik, G. Michael.

Title Experience : an exploration into the structure and dynamics of human consciousness / G. Michael Blahnik.

Published Lanham : University Press of America, [1997]
©1997

Copies

Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bail  128.4 BLAH    AVAILABLE
Physical description 264 pages ; 24 cm
Notes Includes index.
Contents 1. What Do We See When We See a Physical Object? 1 -- 2. Seeing a Familiar Object in a Familiar Environment 2 -- 3. Seeing an Unfamiliar Object in a Familiar Environment 3 -- 4. Empirical Properties, Phenomenological Intuition, and the Experience of an Object 5 -- 5. Superfluity of Rational Foundations for the Experience of an Object 7 -- 6. Synthesis of Properties and Sense Data Vs. the Experience of an Object 10 -- 7. Philosopher's Penchant for Establishing Conditions for Experience 12 -- 8. Experience of Mistaken Perception 14 -- 9. Ontological Considerations Regarding the Experience of an Object 16 -- 10. An Experiential Analysis of the Sameness of an Object 19 -- 11. Cognitive and Sense-Physical Peripheral Consciousness and Sameness 21 -- 12. Experiential Basis of Knowledge 23 -- 13. Affective Component of Consciousness 25 -- 14. Notion of Essence and the Experience of an Object 26 -- 15. Affect in Relation to an Object 29 -- 16. Behavior in Relation to an Object 32 -- 17. Consciousness as the Necessary Interrelation of Cognition, Affect, Behavior and the Physical Environment 34 -- 18. Knowing the Whole While Sensing the Part 37 -- 19. Knowing and Sensing a Physical Object 39 -- 20. Relation Between Sense Data and Cognition in Sensing an Object 41 -- 21. Sense Datum and Percept Theories of Perception and the Experience of an Object 42 -- 22. Experience of an Object Under Various Conditions 44 -- 23. Experience of a Sense Datum 45 -- 24. Experience of an Ostensible Physical Object and Object-Percept 48 -- 25. Impossibility of a Direct Inspection of Consciousness 51 -- 26. Focalizing Components of Consciousness Vs. Focusing Consciousness 56 -- 27. Consciousness and Will 61 -- 28. Focal and Peripheral "I" and Ownership 63 -- 29. "I" and Immediate and Peripheral Ownership 67 -- 30. Memory and Its Relation to Focal and Peripheral Consciousness 69 -- 31. Ways That Phenomena Enter Consciousness 70 -- 32. Relation Between Unconscious Phenomena and Focal/Peripheral Consciousness 73 -- 33. Congizing the Effects of Unconscious Events 74 -- 34. Cognition in Relation to Uncertain Sensation 75 -- 35. Knowing in Relation to a Physical Object 76 -- 36. Relationship in Experience Between Essence and Existence 79 -- 37. Empiricism, Phenomenology, and the Experience of Reality 82 -- 38. Realistic and Idealistic Components of Experience 86 -- 39. Experiencing Realities as Realities Beyond Experience 88 -- 40. Experience and Solipsism 91 -- 41. "I", Consciousness, and Experience 95 -- 42. Experienced Conclusions and Absolute Nature 97 -- 43. On the Componential Structure of Consciousness 100 -- 44. Levels of Experience 102 -- 45. Immediate and Explanatory Experiences 105 -- 46. Experiential Basis for Empirical Methods 107 -- 47. Affect of Deductive Reason 112 -- 48. Experiential Validation 116 -- 49. Cognitive Intuition 122 -- 50. Affective Intuition 123 -- 51. Behavioral Intuition 124 -- 52. Sense-Physical Intuition 125 -- 53. A Note on Intuition and Self-Reflection 125 -- 54. Affect of Artistic Creativity 126 -- 55. Phenomenological Intuition and Experiential Rightness 129 -- 56. Will as Experiential Rather Than Phenomenological 131 -- 57. On the Creation of Concepts 137 -- 58. Empirico-Phenomenal World as a Component of Experience 145 -- 59. Concept of Will and Its Place in Experience 146 -- 60. Levels of Motivation 155 -- 61. Free Will as a Meta-Experiential Construct 157 -- 62. "I"s Relationship to Consciousness 160 -- 63. Dependent Nature of the "I" in Consciusness 163 -- 64. "I" as Function of Ownership 164 -- 65. Problems With the "I" as the Function of Ownership 166 -- 66. Question of the Existence of the "I" 171 -- 67. Monitoring, Passive, and Active Evaluation 177 -- 68. Evaluation, Identity, and Others 181 -- 69. Development of the "I" and the Experience of Absoluteness 185 -- 70. Experience of Contradictory Absolutes 190 -- 71. Process of Altering Absolutes 192 -- 72. Theoretical Development and the Development of the "I" 194 -- 73. Experience of the Laws of Logic 197 -- 74. Experience of A Priori Knowledge 200 -- 75. Absolute Reality as a Meta-Experiential Construct 201 -- 76. God as a Meta-Experiential Construct 202 -- 77. Laws of Nature as Meta-Experiential Constructs 204 -- 78. Transcending the Absolutist-Relativist Dichotomy 205 -- 79. An Absolutist Rebuttal 207 -- 80. A Logical Rebuttal 210 -- 81. Consciousness as Sets or Packages of Components 212 -- 82. Cognitive Psychology and Experience 219 -- 83. Analytic Psychology and Experience 222 -- 84. An Analytic Rebuttal and an Experiential Response 228 -- 85. An Analytic/Experiential Addendum 231 -- 86. Multi-Lateral Approach to Understanding, Truth, and Identity 233 -- 87. Experience as Evaluative 240 -- 88. Non-Reflective, Reflective, and Self-Reflective Experience and Identity 246 -- 89. Aspects of Transitional Experience 249 -- 90. Compound Experience, Evaluation, and Identity 253.
Subject Experience.
ISBN 0761809147 (hardcover : alk. paper)
0761809155 (paper : alk. paper)