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Minds and Brains: Justification for Immaterialism about the Mind

I have made this point a few times in various discussions, but I’d like to make it here again. Often the Naturalist will argue that we have never observed minds without brains. For every mind we observe, we observe a … Continue reading

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Locke and logically possible organs of perception

This is the reason why, though we cannot believe it impossible to God to make a creature with other organs and more ways to covet into the understanding the notice of corporeal things than those five, as they are usually … Continue reading

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Conscious Will and Cognitive Science

So my Philosophy teacher informed us all in class yesterday that cognitive science has shown that the sequence in the brain, as far as can be observed, when we will to raise our arms and then our arms do rise, … Continue reading

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