Mind in a Physical World

@article{Sabats2002MindIA,
  title={Mind in a Physical World},
  author={Marcelo H. Sabat{\'e}s},
  journal={Philosophy and Phenomenological Research},
  year={2002},
  volume={65},
  pages={663-670}
}
he elaborated his famous attacks to different kinds of non-reductive physicalism, including supervenient-based accounts. But it is only around 1993 that he begins to develop a model that replaces SC. In his recent Mind in a Physical World' Kim offers the first extended presentation of his new theory, which I will call reductive functionalization (RF). I will explore some aspects of the proposal in MIAPW with special attention to how RF fares vis-a-vis the sources of dissatisfaction that… 
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