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Nature 348, 477 - 479 (06 December 1990); doi:10.1038/348477a0

Consciousness and time

Ian M. Glynn

Physiological Laboratory, University of Cambridge, Cambridge CB23EG, UK.

Roger Penrose has suggested that when we consider consciousness the usual physical rules for time may not apply. But that notion is based on a false interpretation of physiological observations.

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