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In Patrick Grim (ed.), Mind and Consciousness: 5 Questions. Automatic Press (2009)
|Abstract||I went up to Oxford as an undergraduate to study physics. I chose Oxford over Cambridge at the urging of my school physics teacher who was an Oxford man. When I arrived, I found out that, as a physics student, I was expected to spend one day a week in the laboratory. This seemed to me extremely unappealing not only because it would interfere with my social life but also because the practical side of physics was, to my mind, deadly dull. Happily, I discovered that there was a new undergraduate degree—physics and philosophy—that combined theoretical physics with philo sophical issues in the foundations of physics as well as pure philosophy. For this degree no practi cal work was required.|
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