Introduction to sentience bibliography

What is sentience?

Allen, C. & Bekoff, M. (1997) Species of mind: The philosophy and biology of cognitive ethology, Cambridge: MIT Press.

Bateson, P. (1991) “Assessment of pain in animals”, Animal Behaviour, 42, pp. 827-839.

Bonica, J. (1990) The management of pain, 2nd ed., Philadelphia: Lea and Febiger.

Broom, D. M. (1991) “Animal welfare: Concepts and measurement”, Journal of Animal Science, 69, pp. 4167-4175 [accessed on 14 September 2015].

Chandroo, K. P.; Duncan, I. J. H. & Moccia, R. D. (2004) “Can fish suffer?: Perspectives on sentience, pain, fear, and stress”, Applied Animal Behavior Science, 86, pp. 225-250.

Dawkins, M. S. (1980) Animal suffering: The science of animal welfare, London: Chapman and Hall.

DeGrazia, D. (1996) Taking animals seriously: Mental life and moral status, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

DeGrazia, D. & Rowan, A. (1991) “Pain, suffering, and anxiety in animals and humans”, Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics, 12, pp. 193-211.

Griffin, D. R. (1981) The question of animal awareness, Los Altos: William Kaufman.

Griffin, D. R. (1992) Animal minds, Chicago: Chicago University Press.

Rollin, B. E. (1989) The unheeded cry: Animal consciousness, animal pain, and science, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Sherwin, C. M. (2001) “Can invertebrates suffer? Or, how robust is argument-by-analogy?”, Animal Welfare, 10, suppl. 1, pp. 103-118.

Sneddon, L. U. (2004) “Evolution of nociception in vertebrates: Comparative analysis of lower vertebrates”, Brain Research Reviews, 46, pp. 123-130.

Vinding, M. (2014) A copernican revolution in ethics, Los Gatos: Smashwords, [pp. 4-17, accessed on 1 July 2014].

Weary, D. M.; Niel, L.; Flower, F. C. & Fraser, D. (2006) “Identifying and preventing pain in animals”, Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 100, pp. 64-76.

Weiskrantz, L. (1995) “The problem of animal consciousness in relation to neuropsychology”, Behavioral Brain Research, 71, pp. 171-175.

The problem of consciousness

Barron, A. B. & Klein, C. (1996) “What insects can tell us about the origins of consciousness”, PNAS, 113, pp. 4900-4908 [accessed on 24 December 2016].

Block, N. (2005) “Two neural correlates of consciousness”, Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 9, pp. 46-52.

Cabanac, M.; Cabanac, A. J. & Paren, A. (2009) “The emergence of consciousness in phylogeny”, Behavioural Brain Research, 198, pp. 267-272.

Chalmers, D. J. (1996) The conscious mind: In search of a fundamental theory, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Chalmers, D. J. (2003) “Consciousness and its place in nature”, in Stich, S. P. & Warfield, T. A. (eds.) Blackwell guide to philosophy of mind, Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 102-142.

Feinberg, T. E. & Mallatt, J. M. (2016) The ancient origins of consciousness: How the brain created experience, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Gennaro, R. J. (2005) “Consciousness”, Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy [accessed on 13 November 2013].

Godfrey-Smith, P. (2016) Other minds: The octopus, the sea, and the deep origins of consciousness, New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux.

Gray, R. (2003) “Recent work on consciousness”, International Journal of Philosophical Studies, 11, pp. 101-107.

Gregory, R. L. (ed.) (2001) Oxford companion to the mind, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Griffin, D. R. (1981) The question of animal awareness: Evolutionary continuity of mental experience, New York: Rockefeller University Press.

Grinde, B. (2013) “The evolutionary rationale for consciousness”, Biological Theory, 7, pp. 227-236.

Honderich, T. (2004) On consciousness, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Hurley, S. L. (1998) Consciousness in action, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Ito, M.; Miyashita, Y. & Rolls, E. T. (1997) Cognition, computation, and consciousness, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Jackendoff, R. S. (1987) Consciousness and the computational mind, Cambridge: MIT Press.

Kriegel, U. (2006) “Theories of consciousness”, Philosophy Compass, 1, pp. 58-64.

Lormand, E. (1996) “Consciousness”, Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy [accessed on 26 November 2013].

Lloyd, D. (2004) Radiant cool: A novel theory of consciousness, Cambridge: MIT Press.

Lycan, W. G. (1987) Consciousness, Cambridge: MIT Press.

Lycan, W. G. (1996) Consciousness and experience, Cambridge: MIT Press.

McGinn, C. (2004) Consciousness and its objects, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Metzinger, T. (1985) “Introduction: The problem of consciousness”, in Metzinger, T. (ed.) Conscious experience, Exeter: Imprint Academic, pp. 3-37.

Minsky, M. (2006) The emotion machine: Commonsense thinking, artificial intelligence, and the future of the human mind machine, New York: Simon & Schuster.

Nadel, L. (ed.) (2003) Encyclopedia of cognitive science, London: Nature Publishing Group.

Nagel, T. (1974) “What is it like to be a bat?”, Philosophical Review, 83, pp. 435-450.

Nelkin, N. (1996) Consciousness and the origins of thought, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Ng, Y.-K. (1995) “Towards welfare biology: Evolutionary economics of animal consciousness and suffering”, Biology and Philosophy, 10, pp. 255-285.

O’Shaughnessy, B. (2000) Consciousness and the World, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Rees, G.; Kreiman, G. & Koch, C. (2002) “Neural correlates of consciousness in humans”, Nature Reviews Neuroscience, 3, pp. 261-270.

Consciousness and self-consciousness

Antony, M. V. (2001) “Is ‘consciousness’ ambiguous?”, Journal of Consciousness Studies, 8 (2), pp. 19-44.

Armstrong, D. M. (1981) “What is consciousness?”, in Armstrong, D. M. (ed.) The nature of mind and other essays, Ithaca: Cornell University Press, pp. 55-67.

Bayne, T. (2004) “Self-consciousness and the unity of consciousness”, The Monist, 87, pp. 219-236.

Block, N. (1995) “On a confusion about a function of consciousness”, Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 18, pp. 227-247.

Bermúdez, J. L. (1998) The paradox of self-consciousness, Cambridge: MIT Press.

Cheney, D. L. & Seyfarth, R. M. (2008) Baboon metaphysics: The evolution of a social mind, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, p. 205.

Gallagher, S. (2000) “Philosophical conceptions of the self: Implications for cognitive science”, Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 4, pp. 14-21.

Gallagher, S. (2005) How the body shapes the mind, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Gennaro, R. (1995) Consciousness and self-consciousness: A defense of the higher-order thought theory of consciousness, Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Jeannerod, M. (1997) The cognitive neuroscience of action, Oxford: Blackwell.

Lycan, W. G. (1987) Consciousness, Cambridge: MIT Press.

Morin, A. (2006) “Levels of consciousness and self-awareness: A comparison and integration of various neurocognitive views”, Consciousness and Cognition, 15, pp. 358-371.

Morsella, E.; Bargh, J. A. & Gollwitzer, P. M. (eds.) (2009) Oxford handbook of human action, New York: Oxford University Press.

Panksepp, J. & Northoff, G. (2009) “The trans-species core SELF: The emergence of active cultural and neuro-ecological agents through self-related processing within subcortical-cortical midline networks”, Consciousness and Cognition, 18, pp. 193-215.

Philippi, C. L. (2011) “The dynamic self: Exploring the critical role of the default mode network in self-referential processing”, PhD dissertation, Iowa: University of Iowa.

Roessler, J. & Eilan, N. (eds.) (2003) Agency and self-awareness, New York: Oxford University Press.

Stephens, G. L. & Graham, G. (2000) When self-consciousness breaks: Alien voices and inserted thoughts, Cambridge: MIT Press.

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