Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews. 2012;.
The authors in this collection pursue a number of questions concerning self-consciousness,
self and consciousness. Although the essays range rather broadly, there is a good
deal of unity. In her introduction Liu organises the chapters under three headings:
the Humean denial of self-awareness, the issue of self-knowledge, and the nature of
persons or selves. This is helpful although it is worth bearing in mind that some
chapters fall under more than one heading (for example, Shoemaker) and some don't
fall neatly under any (for example, O'Brien).