According to frankfurt it is consistent with wanting

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According to Frankfurt, it is consistent with wanting to do something that you would rather die than do it. - True Frankfurt would agree with the following: If "A wants to do X" is true then "A wants to not do X" is false. - False Frankfurt would agree that if 'A wants to do X' is true then doing X comprises A's will. - False According to Frankfurt, the will is comprised only of those desires that are effective in motivating action. - true According to Frankfurt, one can have a second-order desire, a desire to have a given first-order desire, without wanting that first-order desire to be part of her will. - True According to Frankfurt, all animals have second-order volitions. - False Frankfurt is an incompatibilist. - flase Which of the following statements might be made by a mind-brain identity theorist? - Pain is nothing but a specific network of synapses are firing in their brain. Which of the following does Vaughan identify as a primary motivation for the identity theory? - Unlike dualism, identity theorists have no problem reconciling mental causation with the causal closure of the physical. Which of the following must be true for David Chalmers' zombie argument against identity theory to be sound? - Conceivability must imply metaphysical possibility. Zombies, as imagined by David Chalmers for philosophical purposes, have brains but don't eat them and wouldn't have taste sensations if they did. - True According to functionalism, a mental state or process could be implemented in any kind of stuff. - True Which of the following encapsulates *Searle's* objection to functionalism and the associated
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"strong-AI" thesis that computers can, in principle, literally be things that think? - A machine can only manipulate symbols according to syntactic rules, but it cannot understand symbols semantically in terms of their meaning. According to property dualists, there is only one kind of substance but it can have two different kinds of properties, physical or mental. Which of the following claims distinguishes this view from substance dualism? - According to property dualists mental properties are dependent on physical properties; e.g. a mental state cannot exist without a neural correlate. According to Vaughan, property dualists have a clear and appealing reply to the causal closure of the physical problem. - False What are the two "ways of looking at our duty in the matter of opinion," according to James - We must recognize diversity of opinion; and we must respect personal conviction.
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