PHL 200 10.2.07 - Location Sense of humor Short tempered...

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PHL 200 10.2.2007 I. Finish Moore II. Philosophy of Mind III. Dualism/Monism IV. General considerations in favor of dualism V. One of Descartes’ arguments for dualism 1. If you know p and you that p entails q, then you know q (closure principle) 2. You know that having hands entails that you aren’t just a B.I.V 3. You don’t know that you aren’t a B.I.V 4. You don’t know that you have hands Inconsistent triad: 1. closure 2. you know you have hands 3. you don’t know that you aren’t a b.i.v Physical Properties Mental Properties Size Fear Color Desire
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Unformatted text preview: Location Sense of humor Short tempered Intellectually Dull Philosophy of the Mind 1. What is a mind? 2. How should we characterize the interaction between minds and bodies (any physical object)? Dualist Physical properties are like mass, color, philosophy (publicly observable properties) Dualist Monist Cartesian Substance Dualist Physicalist Two different catergories Materialist Property dualist Idealists Berkeley Physicalist Brain-Identity Theory (Place) Behaviorism (Ryle) Functionalism...
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PHL 200 10.2.07 - Location Sense of humor Short tempered...

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