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  1. Perhaps all philosophers, in one way or another, touched on this topic. The list below may seem banal to some, incomplete to others, and generally garbage to others. I mostly skipped the continental philosophers. Although you can find something from phenomenologists.

    Theophrastus. Characters.

    Nemesius of Emessa. About human nature.

    On the Soul – in Augustine, Tertullian and Aquinas.

    Locke. The experience of human understanding.

    Leibniz. New experiments on human understanding.

    Berkeley. A treatise on the principles of human knowledge.

    Hume. Research on human understanding.

    Edging. Critique of pure Reason.

    Schopenhauer. The world as will and representation.

    Hartman E. The essence of the world process. Philosophy of the unconscious.

    Bradley. Ethical research.

    Wundt. Psychology of peoples.

    Dilthey. Introduction to the Sciences of the Spirit. Descriptive psychology.

    Rickert. Philosophy of life.

    Cashier. Experience about a person.

    Brentano. Psychology as a science.

    Max. Cognition and delusion. Analysis of sensations.

    Ortega y Gasset. The uprising of the masses.

    Ryle. The concept of consciousness.

    Searle. Rediscovering consciousness.

    Pinker. Substance of thinking.

    Popper. Knowledge and the psychophysical problem.

    Dennett. Types of the psyche on the way to understanding consciousness. Intuition pumps and other thinking tools.

    Chalmers. A conscious mind. In search of a fundamental theory.

    Deutscher. Through the mirror of language.

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