A new issue of Psyche is out, focusing on the work of Gregg Rosenberg. It is a special issue focusing on consciousness, causation and the links to the physical structure of the brain.
Rosenberg has a page about the book, with several of the key chapters available online.
In fact, for those wanting a quick overview of his theory, he’s put together some PowerPoint slides which explain the key points in nine easy steps.
The new edition of Psyche examines Rosenberg’s arguments in some detail, as the link between consciousness and brain function, and the causal role of mental phenomena are two of the most important and difficult parts of modern consciousness research (from MindHacks)
Rosenberg (2004) A Place for Consciousness (Psyche 12/5)
Managing Editor: Torin Alter
Alter – Does Synesthesia Undermine Representationalism?
Kind – Panexperientialism, Cognition, and the Nature of Experience
McKitrick – Rosenberg on Causation
Nagasawa – A Place for Protoconsciousness?
Polger – A Place for Dogs and Trees?
Robinson – Doubts About Receptivity
Seager – Rosenberg, Reducibility and Consciousness