Synthese 126 (3):361-381 (2001)
|Abstract||Chalmers' anti-materialist arguments are an interesting twist on a well-known argument form, and his naturalistic dualism is exciting to contemplate. Nevertheless, we think we can save materialism from the Chalmerian attack. This is what we do in the present paper.|
|Keywords||Consciousness Imagination Materialism Metaphysics Possible World Reductionism Truth Chalmers, D Kripke, S|
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