Phi1Handout4 - Phi 1: Introduction to Philosophy Fall 2010...

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Phi 1: Introduction to Philosophy Fall 2010 Handout 4 I. Mind and Body A. Mental states/events. i. States. a) States of believing, thinking, feeling pain or joy, seeing that it is sunny, etc. b) States described in distinctively mental vocabulary. ii. Events. a) Events of thinking, feeling, etc. b) Events of being in mental states. iii. Conscious states/events. a) Mental states available to consciousness/events of having them. iv. We will just say ‘state’-- focusing on conscious states. B. Physical states. i. States. a) States like having a certain mass, having a certain charge, a neuron firing at a particular frequency, a neurotransmitter being at a certain level, etc. b) States described in the language of the physical sciences (or physical and biological, etc). c) States not described in distinctively mental terms. ii. Events. a) As before: events of being in a physical state. C. Mind-body relation. i.
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This note was uploaded on 11/18/2010 for the course PHILOSOPHY 75011 taught by Professor Glanzberg during the Spring '10 term at UC Davis.

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