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Aphantasia, internal monologue, and the challenges of describing thought, with Russell Hurlburt

  1. Aphantasia, internal monologue, and the challenges of describing thought, with Russell Hurlburt 58:43

A talk with Russell Hurlburt, who’s researched inner experience for more than five decades. He is the author of 6 books and many articles on the topic of mental experience. Topics discussed include: The difficulty of describing inner experience; the ambiguities in the classification of “aphantasia” (reporting no visual qualities in one’s thought processes); the ambiguities in the “inner monologue” concept; thought on whether dreams are visual or not; and more. 

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