David J. Chalmers





David J. Chalmers

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David J. Chalmers is a philosopher at the Australian National University. Officially: Professor of Philosophy, Director of the Centre for Consciousness, and an ARC Federation Fellow. Works in the philosophy of mind and in related areas of philosophy and cognitive science and is especially interested in consciousness and in philosophical issues about meaning and possibility, in the foundations of cognitive science and of physics, and of other things.


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The Conscious Mind: In Sear...
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Philosophy of Mind: Classic...
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The Character of Consciousness
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Constructing the World
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Scientific American The Puz...
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Knowledge, Nature, and Norms
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Three Faces of Desire
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“Now I have to say I'm a complete atheist, I have no religious views myself and no spiritual views, except very watered down humanistic spiritual views, and consciousness is just a fact of life, it's a natural fact of life.”
David J. Chalmers

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