Out with Qualia and in with Consciousness: Why the Hard Problem is a Myth

Dissertation, Tufts Honours Thesis (1998)
Abstract
The subjective features of conscious mental processes--as opposed to their physical causes and effects--cannot be captured by the purified form of thought suitable for dealing with the physical world that underlies appearances.".
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