Rollin, Bernard E. (2016) Unity of consciousness in animals. Animal Sentience 10(8)
Mark Rowlands, Are animals persons?
Both Descartes the rationalist and Hume the empiricist, polar opposites philosophically, denied the unity and continuity of animal mind. Kant pointed out that the presence of retrievable memories entails unity of consciousness. Rowlands now argues that animals too have unity of consciousness.
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