Animal Sentience: An Interdisciplinary Journal on Animal Feeling

Reber, Arthur S. (2016) Caterpillars, consciousness and the origins of mind. Animal Sentience 11(1)

Woodruff, Michael L. (2016) Bacteria and the cellular basis of consciousness. Animal Sentience 11(2)

Brakel, Linda A.W. (2016) Mind/body “hard problem” is not a category error. Animal Sentience 11(3)

Ristau, Carolyn A. (2016) Beginnings: Physics, sentience and LUCA. Animal Sentience 11(4)

Key, Brian (2016) “Cellular basis of consciousness”: Not just radical but wrong. Animal Sentience 11(5)

Velmans, Max (2016) How could consciousness emerge from adaptive functioning?. Animal Sentience 11(6)

Sheets-Johnstone, Maxine (2016) Darwin’s empirical evidence. Animal Sentience 11(7)

Ball, Derek (2016) No help on the hard problem. Animal Sentience 11(8)

Reber, Arthur S. (2016) Resolving the hard problem and calling for a small miracle. Animal Sentience 11(9)

Morsella, Ezequiel and Reyes, Zaviera (2016) The difference between conscious and unconscious brain circuits. Animal Sentience 11(10)

Ng, Yew-Kwang (2016) Consciousness and evolutionary biology. Animal Sentience 11(11)

Safina, Carl (2016) Reber’s caterpillar offers no help. Animal Sentience 11(12)

Broude, Gwen J. (2016) Still wondering how flesh can feel. Animal Sentience 11(13)

Reber, Arthur S. (2017) To identify all the relevant factors is to explain feeling. Animal Sentience 11(14)

Mallatt, Jon and Feinberg, Todd E. (2017) Consciousness is not inherent in but emergent from life. Animal Sentience 11(15)