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Animal Sentience: An Interdisciplinary Journal on Animal Feeling

Rowlands, Mark (2016) Are animals persons?. Animal Sentience, 10(1)

Woodruff, Michael L. (2016) Implicit mental processes are an improbable basis for personhood. Animal Sentience, 10(2)

Brakel, Linda A.W. (2016) Animals are agents. Animal Sentience, 10(3)

Cheng, Tony (2016) Why animals are persons. Animal Sentience, 10(4)

Broude, Gwen J. (2016) Who is a person? Whoever you want it to be. Animal Sentience, 10(5)

Jürgens, Uta M. (2016) Universal modes of awareness? A “pre-reflective” premise. Animal Sentience, 10(6)

Monsó, Susana (2016) The moral dimension of pre-reflective self-awareness. Animal Sentience, 10(7)

Rollin, Bernard E. (2016) Unity of consciousness in animals. Animal Sentience, 10(8)

Benz-Schwarzburg, Judith (2016) What do we owe animals as persons?. Animal Sentience, 10(9)

Benz-Schwarzburg, Judith (2016) From thinking selves to social selves. Animal Sentience, 10(10)

Irvine, Leslie (2016) The person and the self as social accomplishment. Animal Sentience, 10(11)

King, James E. (2016) Animal personhood is an evolutionary issue. Animal Sentience, 10(12)

Benvenuti, Anne (2016) Evolutionary continuity of personhood. Animal Sentience, 10(13)

Rowlands, Mark (2016) Consciousness and the unity of mind. Animal Sentience, 10(14)

Howe, Alex (2016) “HOT” so fast. Animal Sentience, 10(15)

Barone, Pamela and Gomila, Antoni (2016) In what sense are you a person?. Animal Sentience, 10(16)

Andrews, Kristin (2016) The psychological concept of “person”. Animal Sentience, 10(17)

Gennaro, Rocco J. (2016) Unconscious higher-order thoughts (HOTs) as pre-reflective self-awareness?. Animal Sentience, 10(18)

Steward, Helen (2016) Animals aren’t persons, but is it time for a neologism?. Animal Sentience, 10(19)