Illuminati, Zombies and Metaphysical Gridlock

@inproceedings{Honderich2012IlluminatiZA,
  title={Illuminati, Zombies and Metaphysical Gridlock},
  author={Ted Honderich and Harold Langsam},
  year={2012}
}
During the last two decades there has been a resurgence of arguments against physicalism and for varieties of metaphysical dualism. The conclusion of these arguments is that phenomenal consciousness is absent from a world that is purely physical. Many contemporary philosophers of mind have found some of these arguments to be persuasive and have opted for some form of anti-physicalism. In this paper I will survey the landscape of these arguments and physicalist responses to them. The anti… CONTINUE READING

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