Why do qualia and the mind seem nonphysical?

Synthese 147 (3):425-460 (2005)
In this article, I discuss several of the factors that jeopardize our understanding of the nature of qualitative experiences and the mind. I incorporate the view from neuroscience to clarify the na
Keywords Experience  First Person  Mind  Neuroscience  Qualia  Science
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