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Workshop #2 1-Can we dissolve the hard problem? Is Churchland right in claiming that most of what we find in this literature is a form of argument from ignorance? 2-Discuss Searle’s account of consciousness and Corcoran’s criticisms. Does Corcoran offer a fair assessment of Searle? Is he right in claiming Searle’s “biological naturalism” does not get off the ground—that it remains simply a form of dualism? 3-Does heterophenomenology solve the problems of the lack of first-person descriptions in more
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Unformatted text preview: traditional neurobiological approaches? Workshop #3 1-Discuss the two cases of teleportation. Do you , your stream of consciousness, die in either of these cases? 2-Pierpont’s case: What is his true self, and why? Is he, deep down, a devout anti-gay Christian, or is he a homosexual? (Is there a problem with this question itself?) 3-Out of Searle’s four ways of thinking about personal identity, which one(s) do you think is(are) the most fundamental? Discuss each....
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