PhilosMidterm - 1. Which statement best states Owen...

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1. Which statement best states Owen Flanagan’s view of mind? (Points: 1) (Points :1) Qualia exist. Qualia should not be quined i.e. denied as real or significant. The mind-brain relation is a natural relationship. All of the above. None of the above. 2. The phenomenological character of an experience can best be explained as: (Points :1) That which cannot be known by anyone. The experience of electro-chemical impulses. The conscious experience one has when having an experience. All of the above. None of the above. 3. Which of the following philosophers would agree with the claim that one cannot communicate one’s experience of a color to someone who has not experienced that color? (Points :1) Descartes. Nagel. Color has nothing to do with experience. All of the above. None of the above. 4. Which of the following statements best states the view of Galileo and Descartes? (Points :1) Our experience of primary and secondary qualities corresponds exactly with the world. Secondary qualities are not qualities in objects in the world, they are only in our minds. Primary qualities exist only in our minds not in objects. All of the above. None of the above. 5. Nagel’s notion of “Subjective Experience” is best stated as: (Points :1) For some creature (human or otherwise) to have consciousness, there is nothing it is like to be that creature. There are some creatures (human or otherwise) that are not subjects or persons. For some creature (human or otherwise) to have consciousness, means there must be something it is like to be that creature. All of the above. None of the above. 6. Which of the following statements would Nagel make? (Points :1)
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One (kind of ) creature can imagine the subjective experience of another (kind of) creature. One (kind of ) creature cannot imagine the subjective experience of another (kind of) creature. Creatures imagine the subjective experience of other (kinds of) creatures all the time. All of the above. None of the above. 7. Nagel claims that subjective experience cannot be expressed in language. (Points :1) True False Sometimes All of the above None of the above 8. Nagel in challenging reductionism gives the example of a successful reduction as one, which explains warmth and heat in terms of molecular motion. This example in intended to show that: (Points :1) Reduction is always in the direction of greater subjectivity. Reduction is always in the direction of greater objectivity.
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