Unformatted text preview: one alive” (Harman 466). Then argued how one would know which option is best. The most appealing premises is the one describing function. The premises was put into a factual question, “whether or not something is good”. I believe the author did a great job arguing his point of view because in some discussion points that the author made they were clearly thought out and explained. Functionalism was very well argued since the examples brought the real world into perspective. I thought it was a strong tactic to relate the real world into this thought provoking concept of what is fulfilling a function and what is not....
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- Fall '07
- Philosophical terminology, Gilbert Harman