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William James (1842-1910) stands as one of America’s preeminent philosophical thinkers on the nature of consciousness. James advocated that the field of psychology should develop around an integrated cognitive psychology of experiential consciousness.  By asserting that consciousness does not exist as an independent entity, but rather as a function of particular lived states—of which waking consciousness is just one among many possible states of awareness—James experimented with, and gave philosophical credence to, the role of alternative states of consciousness in evolving conceptions of the self and society. >> Read Full Project Statement

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