Mind Stuffed with Red Herrings: Why William James' Critique of the Mind-Stuff Theory Does not Substantiate a Combination Problem for Panpsychism [Book Review]

Acta Analytica 25 (4):413-434 (2010)
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Keywords Aggregates  Cohesion  The combination problem  Mild emergence  Mind-stuff theory  Radical emergence  Unities
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