From Edward Feser: ‘Nagel And His Critics Part IV’

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‘Continuing our look at the critics of Thomas Nagel’s recent book Mind and Cosmos, we turn to philosopher Alva Noë’s very interesting remarks over at NPR’s 13.7: Cosmos & Culture blog.  Noë’s initial comments might seem broadly sympathetic to Nagel’s position.’

Link from a friend: What’s it like to be a human, (instead of a bat?)

Related On This Site:  From The Stanford Encyclopedia Of Philosophy Entry On Eliminative Materialism

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An independent blogger seeking to discuss deeply while keeping an open mind. I'm mostly on the right, but living in Seattle I have to think about what that means on a daily basis. I like to read philosophy.

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