Why the mind-body problem cannot be solved : some final conclusions in the philosophy of mind /

In Why the Mind-Body Problem CANNOT Be Solved, Irving Krakow shows that a satisfactory scientific explanation of conscious experience isn't possible for methodological and semantic reasons. The reason is that sentences about conscious experience cannot be deduced from sentences about the brain&...

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Krakow, Irving
Format: Book
Published: Lanham, Md. : University Press of America, [2002]


Holdings details from NYU
Call Number: BD418.3 .K73 2002


Holdings details from Marywood
Call Number: 128.2 K82

University of Pennsylvania

Holdings details from University of Pennsylvania
Call Number: BD418.3 .K73 2002