University of California Press (1976)
1 Strange words to come from the father of materialism, a philosophy that might be self-evidently true if only there were no people. ..
Keywords Behavior  Brain Processes  Computer  Consciousness  Explanation  Freedom  Identity  Machine  Metaphysics  Privacy  Sensation  Sentience
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ISBN(s) 0520047761   0520029879   9780520047761  
DOI 10.2307/2219095
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