Not done Sir, but doing.

Plenty is doing.

"....what would it be like to be conscious of something without being aware of this consciousness? It would mean having an experience with no awareness of its occurrence. This would be, precisely, a case of unconscious experience. It appears, then, that being conscious is identical with being self-conscious. Consciousness is self-consciousness.... [Consciousness] is like a source of light which, in addition to illuminating whatever other things fall within its scope, renders itself visible as well."

Harry G. FRANKFURT, 1988, Philosophical Essays. Cambridge Univ. Press.

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