1: The Phenomenal Field 2: Phenomenal unity: Mereology 3: Phenomenal unity: Closure 4: Motivating the Unity Thesis 5: How to Evaluate the Unity Thesis 6: Fragments of consciousness 7: Anosognosia, Schizophrenia, and Multiplicity 8: Hypnosis 9: The Split-brain Syndrome 10: The Quilt of Consciousness 11: The Body 12: The Self
Tim Bayne is a University Lecturer in Philosophy of Mind at the University of Oxford and a Fellow of St. Catherine's College. His main interests lie in the philosophy of psychology, with a particular focus on consciousness.
`Review from previous edition careful and often illuminating ... It is the most thorough discussion of the unity of consciousness there is, and anyone interested in the topic should read it ' Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews `Impressive ... highlights a wealth of issues related to consciousness ' Times Literary Supplement