Why the Mind-Body Problem Cannot Be Solved!: Some Final Conclusions in the Philosophy of Mind

University Press of America (2002)

In Why the Mind-Body Problem CANNOT Be Solved, Irving Krakow shows that a satisfactory scientific explanation of conscious experience isn't possible for methodological and semantic reasons. The reason is that sentences about conscious experience cannot be deduced from sentences about the brain's neurology without using brain-mind correlations
Keywords Philosophy of mind  Mind and body
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Call number BD418.3.K73 2002
ISBN(s) 0761822089   9780761822080
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