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Unformatted text preview: vii. Boundary conditions Who am I? Days you cant remember what day of the week, or how old you are. viii. Familiarity we force our categories onto what we see ix. Overflow ordinary non pathological states of consciousness typically refer beyond themselves x. Pleasantness/unpleasantness every conscious state always comes to us one or the other. Was it fun or not? Not Foundational i. Self consciousness for many it is the defining characteristic, it is a unique thing that we dont have all that often, self-awareness is a special phenomena ii. Introspection some people think it is the defining characteristic of mind, vision isnt an accurate metaphor iii. Incorrigibility inability to be corrected; some believe our mental states are incorrigible. Three reasons people make mistakes about themselves Inattentive Self-deception Ambiguity...
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