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2 - Part I. Consciousness

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[W]e always start at the sensory end and try to come out at the motor side. I very much agree with the late von Holst when he suggests that we start at the other end and work our why (sic) back toward sensation…. It requires some different way of looking.H.L. Teuber (1966:440–41)1 If any person thinks the examination of the rest of the animal kingdom an unworthy task, he must hold in like disesteem the study of man. Aristotle (Parts of Animals, 645a:26–7)

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