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PHIL 1200 Lecture 27: Lecture 27
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Department
Philosophy
Course
PHIL 1200
Professor
David R.Hampton
Semester
Summer

Description
o982 the causes people offer as explanations are not connected in any conceivable way with their effects they simply accompany their effects or regularly precede their effects and in general are conjoined with their effects Conclusion Wehavenoideaaboutconnectionorpoweratall–thesewordshave no meaning We should accept that necessary causation might mean that we can never attain the certainty of mathematics in matters of fact and in our beliefs Philosophy of Mind What is the mind? Is it a thing or a quality Function? Thinking? Controls brain or controlled by brain? Mind = processes of brain? (a quality of the brain, as weight is to humans) Conscious part of brain Mind-Body Problem Consciousness Do animals have minds? So
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