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But the origin section of the entry redirects [here] and there's no apparent link with self-reference. It means that there is no further information on self-reference so we try instead Etymonline that has an entry on meta- (https://www.etymonline.com/search?q=meta-), but not on meta as a single word.
This book also offers immense clarity to various topics at the intersection of philosophy of mind and language: unity of consciousness and various types of self-awareness and self-reference. One need not read the work in its entirety to appreciate its parts.
Instead, the internal self-reference expressed by the second thought (b) "I am making a mess" produces an authentic I-thought that is only accessible from a first-person perspective because it is based on the use of 'I'.
In the following, we consider the Q methodological concepts of self-reference, internal standpoint, and consciring.
We argued that because of the self-reference effect, the enhanced association between self and unhealthy food would lead to cognitive dissonance.
They found no difference in false alarms between the self and control conditions in the two samples, indicating that self-reference does not necessarily lead to an increase in false recognition in healthy aging, contradicting their previous results (Gutchess et al., 2007; Rosa & Gutchess, 2013).
If the argument of self-reference acts against Floridi exactly as Putnam's argument does against Rorty, and if the distinction between the real and the virtual is still fundamentally meaningful and informative, then the thesis about epistemological harmlessness of radical scepticism, which appears as informational scepticism in the current situation, is incorrect.
A game's ludic qualities bring about player self-reference, which destroys this distance.
Forgotten landscapes of telephone and electricity pylons reoccur; scrawled on a chalkboard we see the word lekke--British slang for electricity and a wry self-reference; a series of animated images drawn by Joey the Mechanical Boy, an autistic child who believed he was a machine, also appear.
Consciousness has to develop the structure of self-reference that grounds the capacity to take itself as object.