This chapter draws a number of conceptual distinctions between kinds of consciousness. First is a distinction between four kinds of consciousness: transitive state consciousness, intransitive state consciousness, transitive creature consciousness, and intransitive creature consciousness. Second is a distinction between two kinds of intransitive state consciousness: phenomenal and access consciousness. Third is a distinction between two aspects of phenomenal consciousness: subjective consciousness and qualitative consciousness.
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