The Challenge of Consciousness Research by Brian D. Josephson : University of Cambridge, Department of Physics : firstname.lastname@example.org and Beverly A. Rubik : Temple University, Center for Frontier Sciences
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This article is based on a report in Frontier Perspectives 3(1), 15-19, 1992, published by the Center for Frontier Sciences at Temple University. It reports on ideas about how to study consciousness that emerged during the course of the January 1992 Athens Symposium on Science and Consciousness, one of the principal aims of the meeting being as far as possible to escape from constraints on thinking about consciousness that might be imposed by conventional modes of thought. The first half of the report discusses in general terms the question of opening up the mind to wider ways of thinking, and this is followed by a more detailed compendium of concepts and specific ways of proceeding.