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Unformatted text preview: . 2. [Person 1] 3. [Person 2] On pp. 53-4 Kazez tries to argue for the claim (p. 54) that 'If I'm right now living a bad life, without knowing it, that's bad for me , even if I do not know it.' The next two questions are about this argument. 4. Explain (i) in what ways the person inside the experience machine is living a bad life (p. 53) and (ii) explain why these problems do not feel like problems to the person inside the experience machine. 5. Kazez uses the example (pp. 53-4) of a person in permanent vegetative state (PVS) to make her point that even if I don't experience what is bad, it can still be bad for me . Do you agree with Kazez that being in a PVS is bad for the person in the PVS? Explain why/why not....
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This homework help was uploaded on 04/19/2008 for the course PHIL 201 taught by Professor Woods during the Spring '08 term at Virginia Wesleyan.
- Spring '08