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Supervenience and Explanation
Can Consciousness be Reductively Explained?
An Argument for Dualism
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absent qualia actual world analysis argue argument aspects associated awareness B-facts B-properties behavior belief brain causal role certainly Chapter cognitive science color computational conceivability concepts conceptual truth conscious experience consciousness and cognition Dennett dualism eliminativism entailed epiphenomenalism existence explain consciousness explanandum explanation of consciousness explanatory irrelevance Fading Qualia first-order judgments functional organization given high-level facts instance introspection invariance thesis inverted qualia inverted spectrum isomorph judgments about consciousness kind Kripke's laws logical supervenience logically possible low-level mental metaphysical microphysical facts mind-body problem nature neurons nomic notion object pain perception perhaps phenomenal consciousness phenomenal judgments phenomenal properties phenomenal quality phenomenon physical facts physically identical plausible play possible worlds posterior intension prior intension problem processes psychological properties put forward question reason red experiences reductive explanation relevant second-order judgments seems sensation sense silicon simply sort structural coherence theory of consciousness things truth-conditions watery stuff X-factor zombie