Phenomenal Concepts and Physical Facts: A Dialogue with Mary

@article{Kiymaz2019PhenomenalCA,
  title={Phenomenal Concepts and Physical Facts: A Dialogue with Mary},
  author={Tufan Kiymaz},
  journal={Filozofia},
  year={2019},
  volume={74},
  pages={797-807}
}
This is a dialogue between an opponent of the phenomenal concept strategy and Mary from Frank Jackson’s knowledge argument. In this dialogue, Mary, who has complete physical knowledge about what it is like to see red, but has never seen red, is a physicalist and she defends the phenomenal concept strategy against her interlocutor’s objections. In the end, none of them is able to convince the other, but their conversation, through considerations of different versions of the knowledge argument… Expand

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