PHI-10 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Qualia, Panpsychism, Mental Property

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There is nothing that we know more intimately than conscious experience, but there is nothing that is harder to explain. chalmers. No conscious experience, sense experience, or qualia. All the physical states, but none of the mental states. Mary"s room argument: has to be things other than what we can perceive, bc it is possible for these zombies to exist. Tries to avoid the extremes of dualism and materialism. The world is made up of one kind of substance, but it is neither physical or mental. William james, there is only one primal stuff or material in the world, a stuff of which everything is composed. A world of pure experience or sense data. Mental life is tied to attention and memory. Everything is conscious, but we have more consciousness than a rock for example. Gets rid of problem of mind-body interaction. It is difficult to understand how mental states can simply be __

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