Investigating pristine inner experience : moments of truth / Russell T. Hurlburt.
- New York : Cambridge University Press, 2011.
xiii, 457 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
- "This book shows how to apprehend inner experience in high fidelity and demonstrates that such apprehension can be fascinating and of fundamental importance"-- Provided by publisher.
- Machine generated contents note: 1. Moments of truth; 2. Fragmented experience in bulimia nervosa with Sharon Jones-Forrester; 3. Apprehending pristine experience; 4. Everyday experience; 5. Moments are essential; 6. Experience in Tourette syndrome with Michael J. Kane; 7. The moment (not): happy and sad; 8. Subjunctification; 9. Before and after experience?: adolescence and old age; 10. Iteration is essential; 11. Epistemological q/a; 12. A consciousness scientist as DES subject; 13. Pristine experience (not): emotion and schizophrenia; 14. Multiple autonomous experience in a virtuoso musician with Ricardo Cobo; 15. Unsymbolized thinking with Sarah A. Akhter; 16. Sensory awareness with Chris Heavey and Arva Bensaheb; 17. The radical nonsubjectivity of pristine experience; 18. Diamonds vs. glass; 19. Into the floor: a right-or-wrong-answer natural experiment with Chris Heavey; 20. The emergence of salient characteristics; 21. Investigating pristine inner experience.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- 9781107009943 (hardback)
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