Sentience – from a psychological and neuroscientific point of view (can a non-neuropsychological sentience exist?)
Organização:  UNED - Madrid
UNED, Madrid
08 / 02 / 2024

If sentience is to be understood in terms of “subjective, valenced experiences”, “minimal consciousness”, or “feelings” that a system may have about its own internal states, then sentience is, by definition, a psychological phenomenon. In this sense, the question of what types of structures can instantiate psychological properties can only be adequately addressed by taking psychology and neuroscience into consideration.

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