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Why I Am Not A Property Dualist

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Published 2002 by Journal of Consciousness
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Joshua Nomen-Mutatio
Jan 07, 2009 Joshua Nomen-Mutatio rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: anyone interested in philosophy of mind, neuroscience, etc
"Because the traditional vocabulary tells us that the mental and the physical are two distinct ontological categories and because consciousness is not ontologically reducible to its neuronal base, we suppose that is not a part of the physical world, in the way that these other phenomena are. That is the deeper mistake of property dualism. And that is precisely where I part company with the property dualist. The problem is not only that we have an obsolete seventeenth-century vocabulary that ...more
Fazilla Zulk.
Nov 19, 2014 Fazilla Zulk. rated it did not like it
sepatutnya xda bintang.
tapi kesian Searle penat tulis.
ima cartesian dualist. because being a PD is just so tangkap muat sahaja dr prev methodological bhviorist. mana mungkin 1 physical substance trbahagi 2 in a living thing. ya in biologically scope might do.physically.
tally kah utk manusia normal utk philo.
while CD sy do agree that there are two distinct kind of foundation.
iyalah. mana proposition utk 'jasad di utara,minda ke selatan'.
smestinya CD
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John Rogers Searle (born July 31, 1932 in Denver, Colorado) is an American philosopher and the Slusser Professor of Philosophy and Mills Professor of Philosophy of Mind and Language at the University of California, Berkeley (UC Berkeley). Widely noted for his contributions to the philosophy of language, philosophy of mind and social philosophy, he was the first tenured professor to join the Free ...more
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