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The affective consciousness

Halbert Hains Britan

The affective consciousness

by Halbert Hains Britan

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Published by Macmillan in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Emotions.,
  • Psychophysiology.

  • Edition Notes

    References at end of each chapter.

    Statementby Halbert Hains Britan.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBF511 .B7
    The Physical Object
    Pagination391 p.
    Number of Pages391
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6767053M
    LC Control Number31032932
    OCLC/WorldCa1965235

      The Human Brain The concept of using quantum physics to explain human consciousness really took off with Roger Penrose's book, "The Emperor's New Mind: Concerning Computers, Minds, and the Laws of Physics.".   Collective consciousness (sometimes collective conscience or conscious) is a fundamental sociological concept that refers to the set of shared beliefs, ideas, attitudes, and knowledge that are common to a social group or society. The collective consciousness informs our sense of belonging and identity, and our behavior.

    The strange link between the human mind and quantum physics Nobody understands what consciousness is or how it works. Nobody understands quantum mechanics either. Affect produces attention that brings its trigger into consciousness, and the world we know is a dream, a series of images colored by our life experience of whatever scenes affect brought to our attention and assembled as scripts." Affect Imagery Consciousness is the label for a supraordinate concept.

    Affective consciousness: Core emotional feelings in animals and humans. Panksepp J(1). Author information: Comment in Conscious Cogn. Mar;14(1) The position advanced in this paper is that the bedrock of emotional feelings is contained within the evolved emotional action apparatus of mammalian by:   Consciousness and matter are the same thing. Both are electromagnetic energy. The scientific establishment has no overall consensus as to what matter is, yet some of the most well-know physicists understand that both consciousness and matter are electromagnetic fields.. What Is Matter? The world’s long-standing assumption is that matter is a bottom-rung, fundamental property of reality.


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In Affective Neuroscience, Jaak Panksepp provides the most up to date information about the brain operating systems that organize the fundamental emotional tendencies of all mammals.

Presenting complex material in a readable manner, the book offers a comprehensive summary of the fundamental neural sources of human and animal feelings, as well as a conceptual framework for studying Cited by: The first two volumes of Affect Imagery Consciousness (AIC) were released in andVolume III in shortly before he succumbed to a particularly virulent strain of small cell lymphoma, and Volume IV a year after his death.

To make a long story short Panksepp outlines the major emotional (affective) brain circuits that control our most rudimentary affective states, all of which are subcortical and hierarchical.

His best analogy comes late in the book when he compares the The first third of the book should be primarily review for anyone familiar with the basics of neuroanatomy and neuroscience in general/5. Affective consciousness, being a comparatively intrinsic function of the brain, shared homologously by all mammalian species, should be the easiest variant of consciousness to study in : Jaak Panksepp.

A Mead Project source page Originally published as: James Rowland Angell. "The Affective Elements of Consciousness", Chapter 13 in Psychology: An Introductory Study of the Structure and Function of Human Conscious, Third edition, revised.

New York: Henry Holt and Company, (): Our evolutionary theoretical approach of understanding consciousness focuses on how lower levels of primary-process affective experience or " anoetic " consciousness emerge gradually by learning Author: Jaak Panksepp.

Here are 10 of my favourite books on the subject. Consciousness Explained by Daniel Dennett Probably the best introduction to the central ideas and concepts that have preoccupied all great consciousness thinkers throughout history.

It may be a little challenging for a general audience. yielding a raw, unreflective affective consciousness (Panksepp, ).Inthisview,allmammals,includinghumans,sharesetsofpri - malaffectiveexperiences anoetic toolsforexistence thatuncon.

This book is written to put forward a particular scientific hypothesis about the nature of conscious experiences, or qualia. It is aimed largely at academic readers, but because of the wide variety of professional backgrounds among. Such an answer gives rise to analyses of reflective and affective consciousness as well, such as thinking and feeling.

On Consciousness respects the most resilient proposition in the history of the philosophy of mind - that consciousness isn't just cells. It also makes all of consciousness a proper subject for s: 1. Affect consciousness (or affect integration - a more generic term for the same phenomenon) refers to an individual's ability to consciously perceive, tolerate, reflect upon, and express affects.

These four abilities are operationalized as degrees of awareness, tolerance, emotional (nonverbal) expression. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection.

National Emergency The Affective Consciousness by Hains Britan,Halbert. Publication date Topics PHILOSOPHY. PSYCHOLOGY, Nature and role of philosophy Publisher The Macmillan Company.

"This book discusses affect theory. It is not primarily focused on what is current knowledge. I have sought to explore new territory. It is my intention to reopen issues which have long remained in disrepute in American Psychology: affect, imagery and consciousness.

These have lately come to interest neurophysiologists and biochemists more than psychologists. Affect theory is originally attributed to the psychologist Silvan Tomkins, which he introduced in the first two volumes of his book Affect Imagery Consciousness (). Many human investigators believe that human consciousness, affective and otherwise, emerges from higher brain functions that most other mammals do not have, and that all we can really study in animals are emotional behaviors (Craig, a, Craig, b; Damasio, a, Damasio, b; Dolan, ), with no possible further inferences about by: Tomkins' magnum opus, Affect, Imagery, Consciousness, was published by Springer Publishing Company in four volumes over 30 Tomkins began writing the book in the 's, American psychology was dominated by psychoanalytic and behaviorist theories - neither of which placed much importance on the role of basic emotions in everyday human behavior/5.

This article applies the free energy principle to the hard problem of consciousness. After clarifying some philosophical issues concerning functionalism, it identifies the elemental form of consciousness as affect and locates its physiological mechanism (an extended form of homeostasis) in the upper brainstem.

This mechanism is then formalized in terms of free energy minimization (in Cited by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Britan, Halbert Hains, Affective consciousness. New York, Macmillan, (OCoLC) Document Type. Today, Tomkins's book is influential not just in psychology but in philosophy, sociology, communication studies, even in "affective computing." Springer Publishing is delighted to re-release Tomkins's magisterial work in a beautiful new two-volume hardcover set, with a new prologue from prominent psychiatrist Donald L.

Nathanson. Neurologizing the Psychology of Affects: How Appraisal-Based Constructivism and Basic Emotion Theory Can Coexist. Perspectives on Psychological Science pp. ff. This book discusses consciousness from the perspectives of neuroscience, neuropsychiatry and philosophy.

It develops a novel approach in consciousness studies by charting the pathways in which the brain challenges the self and the self challenges the brain. The author argues that the central issue.This book examines magic head-on, not through its instrumental aspects but as an orientation of consciousness.

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