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THE MIND-BODY PROBLEM AND QUINE'S REPUDIATION THEORY
Most scholars who presently deal with the Mind-Body problem consider themselves monist materialists. Nevertheless, many of them also assume that there exist (in some sense of existence) mentalExpand
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Dialogue on Private Events
In the fall of 2003, the authors corresponded on the topic of private events on the listserv of the Verbal Behavior Special Interest Group. Extracts from that correspondence raised questions aboutExpand
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Quine’s Eliminativism and the Crystal Spheres
Quine’s eliminativist theory has largely been ignored by the philosophical community. This is highly regrettable because Quine’s theory is probably close to correct. Now, the probable correctness ofExpand
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(1) sodium normally combines with bromine in a ratio of one-to-one. (2) everything that normally combines with bromine in a ratio of one-to-one normally combines with chlorine in a ratio of
(3) therefore, sodium normally combines with chlorine in a ratio of one-to-one. In contrast, an explanation of (3) in terms of the atomic structure of sodium and chlorine and the theory of chemicalExpand