The Body Problem

@article{Montero1999TheBP,
  title={The Body Problem},
  author={Barbara Gail Montero},
  journal={No{\^u}s},
  year={1999},
  volume={33},
  pages={183-200}
}
L'A. etudie le probleme de la nature du physique qui se pose de maniere prealable au debat sur le probleme esprit-corps. Au-dela de l'apparente evidence qui permet de connaitre les objets physiques comme on connait le terme table, l'A. montre que le physicalisme se definit d'abord contre l'idealisme et contre la substance non-physique, consideree comme ce qui n'est pas compose de la meme matiere que les objets ordinaires qui nous entourent. Soulevant la question du spectre inverse, des qualias… 
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