Thomas Raleigh
University of Luxembourg
A contribution to a book symposium on 'The Epistemic Role of Consciousness' by Declan Smithies (2019, OUP) in the Asian Journal of Philosophy. These comments focus on three themes from the book: (i) Zombies, (ii) the distinction between Propositional Justification and Doxastic Justification, (iii) Moorean Propositions.
Keywords Philosophy of Mind  Epistemology  Consciousness  Zombies
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DOI 10.1007/s44204-022-00016-4
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