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    Donald J. Musacchio (2005). Divine and Human Agency in the Work of Social Justice. Proceedings of the American Catholic Philosophical Association 79:279-288.
    Radical Orthodoxy (RO) accepts the post-structuralist critiques of autonomous human agency while liberation theologians embrace Enlightenment ideals ofsubjectivity and the secular political space where agency is exercised. RO theologians think that by accepting these premises, liberation theology fails to resist violence and nihilism that are the inevitable fruit of secular autonomy. I want to formulate a liberationist response to these objections. Liberationists do not see human and divine agency as fundamentally opposed, but rather the deepest strivings of the human spirit (...)
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    J. M. Musacchio (2002). Dissolving the Explanatory Gap: Neurobiological Differences Between Phenomenal and Propositional Knowledge. [REVIEW] Brain and Mind 3 (3):331-365.
    The explanatory gap and theknowledge argument are rooted in the conflationof propositional and phenomenal knowledge. Thebasic knowledge argument is based on theconsideration that ``physical information'' aboutthe nervous system is unable to provide theknowledge of a ``color experience'' . The implication is that physicalism isincomplete or false because it leaves somethingunexplained. The problem with Jackson'sargument is that physical information has theform of highly symbolic propositional knowledgewhereas phenomenal knowledge consists in innateneurophysiological processes. In addition totheir fundamental epistemological differences,clinical, anatomical, pathological and brainimaging (...)
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    J. Bickle, G. Bonanno, B. Buldt, A. Chemero, F. Ferreira, R. Gray, V. Halbach, B. Hale, D. C. McCarty & J. M. Musacchio (2005). Hansson, SO, 323 Heyser, C., 403 Horst, S., 477. Synthese 147:551.
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    J. M. Musacchio (2005). Why Do Qualia and the Mind Seem Nonphysical? Synthese 147 (3):425-460.
    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.
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