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Most flow diagrams with the detail your require are for rudimentary sensory functions (such as seeing, eye tracking and other simple functions) can be found in any neuroanatomy textbook. The one I have experience with is "Neuroanatomy: Text and Atlas" by John H. Martin. Alternatively, if you're looking for a more functional interpretation of how information ...
There's also Hickok and Poeppel's Dual Stream Model of Speech/Language Processing. http://www.talkingbrains.org/2008/12/dual-stream-model-of-speechlanguage.html
Here is an excellent article on self awareness and associated phenomena. The author (his quote is linked in the original question) describes various forms of brain damage and psychiatric conditions and their impact on (self)awareness and perception of the world. He mentions mirror neurons on multiple occasions.
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