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- adj. Pertaining to heterophenomenology.
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(link) When I was talking about "internal narrative" I guess I was thinking of a high level internal narrative (what Dennett talks about as "heterophenomenological"), capable of reporting something like "I'm angry with myself because I stubbed my toe" rather than just "there is pain" - which presumably a bicameral human (as I imagine them not having read the book) wouldn't have.
And you’ve certainly provided a lot of very interesting heterophenomenological evidence.