This paper is an article review of the work by Bernhard Hommel published on-line in Frontiers in Psychology titled Dancing in the dark: no role for consciousness in action control (2013). In this article, the author attempts to provide a basis for his argument that consciousness plays no significant role in controlling human actions.
Hommel v points out that the implying consciousness has a role to play in necessitating human control is executive ignorance. If individuals have the ability to control their own actions by reason of relating to conscious experiences then they should be in a position to offer concrete reports as to how occured and offer the information supporting the need to exercise such body controls. The author provides that available literature on this matter provides that individuals are often coerced into relating artificial effectors as parts of their physical beings (2013). On the same note, actions of other individuals a