1. John Searle -Consciousness and Causality

  2. Daniel Dennett -"A Phenomenal Confusion About Access and Consciousness"

  3. Bernard Baars -The Biological Basis of Conscious Experience: Global Workspace Dynamics in the Brain

  4. Simon Baron-Cohen -Evolution of Empathy

  5. Wolf Singer -Consciousness: Unity in Time Rather Than Space?

  6. Joe LeDoux -The Perplexing Relationship Between Emotions and Consciousness

  7. David Rosenthal -Does Consciousness Have any Utility?

  8. Roy Baumeister -The Why, What and How of Consciousness

  9. Gualtiero Piccinini -Is Consciousness a Spandrel?

  10. Patrick Haggard -Awareness of Voluntary Action: What is it and What is it For?

  11. Catherine Tallon-Baudry -Is Consciousness an Executive Function?

  12. David Edelman -The Octopus as a Possible Invertebrate Model for Consciousness Studies

  13. Dario Floreano -Evolution of Adaptive Behavior in Autonomous Robots

  14. Michael Graziano -Consciousness and the Attention Schema

  15. John Campbell -What does Visual Experience Have to do with Visual Science?

  16. Shimon Edelman -Being In Time

  17. Alfred Mele -Do Conscious Decisions Ever Play a Role in Action Production?

  18. Fernando Cervero -Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms of Pain

  19. Hakwan Lau -How to Study the Functions of Subjective Awareness?

  20. Ioannis Rekleitis -Three Basic Questions in Robotics: New Directions

  21. Gary Comstock -Feeling Matters

  22. Christopher Pack -Vision During Unconsciousness

  23. David Freedman -Brain Mechanisms of Visual Categorization and Decision-Making

  24. Phillip Jackson -The Brain Response to the Pain of Others: Fleeing Versus Caring

  25. Axel Cleermans -Consciousness and Learning

  26. Adrian Ward -Mind Blanking: When the Stream of Consciousness Runs Dry

  27. James Clark -Attention: Feeling and Doing

  28. Alain Ptito -Neural Mechanisms of Blindsight after Hemispherectomy: Tapping into the Unconscious

  29. Gilles Plourde -General Anesthetics for the Study Consciousness

  30. Malcolm MacIver -Sensory and Motor Spaces and the Emergence of Multiple Futures