Pluralism and the Mind

Pluralism and the Mind

eBook - 2011
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Paul Feyerabend noted that ' ... the world which we want to explore is a largely unknown entity. We must, therefore, keep our options open and ... not restrict ourselves in advance.' (1975, p. 20). Given that consciousness is poorly understood and vaguely defined, such advice seems sound, but is frequently ignored in favour of an insistence that a scientific theory of consciousness must be reducible to current monist physics and biology. This book argues that such an insistence is historically un ...
Publisher: Luton : Andrews UK, 2011.
ISBN: 9781845403294
Characteristics: 1 online resource (395 pages)


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