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One Mind Too Many?

Andrew Pessin
Psycoloquy, Dec. 1993, 4 (52).

Abstract:

In this commentary I note that Dennett's Multiple Drafts theory is not incompatible with the "potential duality of mind" in normal subjects or split-brain patients. I then argue that if we acknowledge the slippery slope of selfhood that Multiple Drafts encourages, we can see how Puccetti's criticisms of Dennett's "three arguments" miss the mark.