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What Color Is the Sky on Your Planet? A Review of Investigations in Behavioral Epistemology

John C. Malone, Maria E.A. Armento and Stephanie T. Epps
Behavior and Philosophy, 2003, 31: 47-61.

Excerpt:

Dennett wants consciousness as the core of the mind, internal states and channels and something distributed to different parts of the brain ... a controller of things. Smith notes that its manner of control is left unspecified. Julian Jaynes famously proposed that consciousness appeared only 4,000 years ago with the dawning of messages flowing between the two hemispheres, originally as the voices of gods.