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  1. Lawrence Richard Carleton (1984). Programs, Language Understanding, and Searle. Synthese 59 (May):219-30.
  2. Lawrence Richard Carleton (1983). The Population of China as One Mind. Philosophy Research Archives 9:665-74.
    A chronic difficulty for functionalism is the problem of instantiations of a functionalist theory of mind which seem to lack some or all of the mental states--especially qualitative--we want to attribute to minds the theory describes. Here I discuss one such counterexample, Block’s system S, consisting of the population of China organized to simulate a single mind as described by some true, adequate, psychofunctionalist theory. I then defend a version of functionalism against this example, in part by an adaptation of (...)
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  3. Lawrence Richard Carleton (1982). The Rise of Chicago Functionalism. Erkenntnis 18 (1):3 - 23.
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  4. Lawrence Richard Carleton (1979). Perceptual Objections. Synthese 41 (2):309 - 320.
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  5. Lawrence Richard Carleton (1978). Toward a Defense of Direct Realism. Auslegung 5 (February):101-111.
     
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