phil test 4 study guide - Universe- encompasses everything...

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Universe- encompasses everything that exists Possibility- could happen in the future Qualia, consciousness, phenomenal property- a feeling property Qualia inversion- identical to you but their experiences are slightly different Zombie version of a non-zombie- something without any consciousness- doesn’t know what it’s like to be that thing. Physically identical but doesn’t have any consciousness at all. Blind-sight- no visual experience like a blind person, except their eyes work and they can discriminate their environment mentally but they cannot see it physically and can’t experience it Ex: you ask what is in my hand and they guess a pencil, even though they can’t see it What would a completed physics be? Done. No more questions to be asked. No more unanswered questions. Currently we don’t have a completed physics, in principle there is a completed physics-it exists even though we may never find it. Physicalism, materialism- everything that has matter. Must be implied by physical truths The view of science as “dispositional all the way down”-
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2011 for the course PHIL 2001 taught by Professor Grindallin during the Spring '10 term at University of Georgia Athens.

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