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The biological function and importance of pain -- Dissociation phenomena in human pain experience -- Pain asymbolia -- How is pain without painfulness possible? -- Conceptual and theoretical implications of pain asymbolia -- Pain quality and painfulness without pain -- C-fibers and all that.
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