Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 59 (1):41-69 (1999)
|Abstract||Is it true that if zombies-creatures who are behaviorally indistinguishable from us, but no more conscious than a rock-are logically possible, the computational conception of mind is false? Are zombies logically possible? Are they physically possible? This paper is a careful, sustained argument for affirmative answers to these three questions|
|Keywords||Computation Metaphysics Mind Zombie|
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