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Unformatted text preview: physical objects that one comes to have as a result of perception? What are the main arguments that bear upon these five issues? The answer seems to me to be as follows: Issue 1: Do Experiences Involve Emergent Properties? Here I think that there are eight arguments that are especially important: (1) Thomas Nagel's "What It's Like to Be a Bat" Argument; (2) Frank Jackson's "What Mary Doesn't Know" Argument; (3) The Inverted Spectrum Argument; (4) Armstrong's Competing Hypotheses Objection; (5) The Problem of the Relation between Mind and Body; (6) The Indeterminacy Objection; (7) Armstrong's Intransitivity Objection; (8) Armstrong's Epistemic Objection....
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- Fall '09