Review of Michael Tye's Consciousness Revisited: Materialism without Phenomenal Concepts [Book Review]
Philosophy 85 (3):413-418 (2010)
Reading Tye’s new book reminded me of slowly sipping a good specimen of a dry vodka Martini. In both cases much is accomplished by the skilful assembly of only a few key ingredients. I don’t really like dry vodka Martinis, though, and similarly I found many of the thoughts offered by Consciousness Revisited to be too bitter to swallow. A sophisticated piece of work, however, it certainly is
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