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Zombie Killer

@inproceedings{Kaszniak2007ZombieK,
  title={Zombie Killer},
  author={Alfred W. Kaszniak and Alwyn C. Scott},
  year={2007}
}
Philosopher's zombies are hypothetical beings that are behaviorally and functionally (or perhaps even physically) equivalent to (and thus indistinguishable from) human beings, but which differ from humans in not having conscious (or, at least, qualitatively conscious) mental states. They have the same information processing capacities that we humans have, and, because of this, a similar capacity to form cognitive representations and perhaps even to enter into intentional states, but they are… 
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