Lecture27.ppt

Lecture27.ppt - That Change When There Is No Corresponding...

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Defending The Distinction Between 2 Types Of Qualities Atomism And Newtonian Matter Physical Things Are Made Out Of Smaller Bits With Only Shape, Size, Configuration, Number Scientific Perspective: Geometrical Properties Are What Matter For Matter Continuum From Warmth To Pain Extreme Warmth = Pain If Latter Is A Mental State, So Is The Former
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Variance Arguments Basic Strategy: Show That Certain Features Of Our Experience Of Objects Cannot Be Actual Features Of The Object First Version (Color, Taste): It Is Impossible For Features Of Material Objects To Change Without Corresponding Change In Object Thus, Aspects Of Our Sensory Experience Of An Object
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Unformatted text preview: That Change When There Is No Corresponding Change In Object Are Not Qualities Inherent In The Object Thus, Aspects Of Sensory Experience Of An Object That Change When There Is No Corresponding Change In Object Are Ideas Variance Arguments (cont.) 2 nd Version (Warm And Cold): It Is Impossible For Features Of Material Objects To Be Incompatible Thus, Aspects Of Our Sensory Experience Of An Object That Are Incompatible Are Not Qualities Inherent In The Object Thus, Aspects Of Our Sensory Experience Of An Object That Are Incompatible Are Ideas...
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This note was uploaded on 03/02/2012 for the course PHIL 10100 taught by Professor David during the Fall '08 term at Notre Dame.

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