access consciousness

<philosophy of mind> Also known as a-consciousness, is a kind of direct control. A representation is access-conscious if it is poised to be under direct control of reasoning, reporting and action.

References

Ned Block. On a confusion about a function of consciousness Behavioral and Brain sciences, 1995, 18: 227-287.

A. Khwaja <akhwaja@hudsonet.com>

Chris Eliasmith - [Dictionary of Philosophy of Mind] Homepage

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