Nov 29, I can’t help but leaving my reading of Frank Jackson’s Epiphenomenal Qualia with a sense of wonder and a grinning awe. This, independent of. Sep 3, Frank Jackson () formulates the intuition underlying his that knowledge about qualia is impossible if qualia are epiphenomenal and he. Oct 2, Jackson quotes are from “Epiphenomenal Qualia.” Jackson describes himself as “a qualia freak”. The word “qualia” is the plural of the word.

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Philosophical Quarterly 32 April: Frank Jackson Australian National University. Epiphenomenalism in Philosophy of Mind. Qualia and Materialism in Philosophy of Mind.

The Knowledge Argument in Philosophy of Mind. Find it on Scholar. Request removal from index.

From the Publisher via CrossRef no proxy books. How We Know Our Minds: Alison Gopnik – – Behavioral and Brain Sciences 16 1: The Role of Consciousness in Grasping and Understanding.


Qualia: The Knowledge Argument (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)

David Bourget – – Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 95 2: The Evolutionary Argument for Phenomenal Powers. Meditation and the Scope of Mental Action.

An Inconsistency in the Knowledge Argument. Neil Campbell – – Erkenntnis 58 2: In Epiphenoomenal of Qualia-Epiphenomenalism. Volker Gadenne – – Journal of Consciousness Studies 13 More Troubles for Epiphenomenalism. Hans Muller – – Philosophia 37 1: Dan Cavedon-Taylor – – Philosophia 37 1: There’s Something About Mary: Epistemological Challenges to Epiphenomenaal. Alexander Staudacher – – Journal of Consciousness Studies 13 Not so Epiphenomenal Qualia. Fredrik Stjernberg – – Spinning Ideas.

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