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Dualism

Dualism

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Published by Brent Silby
Qualia refers to subjective conscious experience. For example, an individual’s experience of the color red is subjective and only knowable to themselves. It is very difficult to describe the quality of redness to another person without comparing it to other qualia. We might assume that everyone has the same conscious experience when they look at an object we label as “red”, but we cannot know this. Qualia are private conscious experiences of the world.
Qualia refers to subjective conscious experience. For example, an individual’s experience of the color red is subjective and only knowable to themselves. It is very difficult to describe the quality of redness to another person without comparing it to other qualia. We might assume that everyone has the same conscious experience when they look at an object we label as “red”, but we cannot know this. Qualia are private conscious experiences of the world.

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Published by: Brent Silby on Sep 10, 2010
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Dualism and Qualia
Philosophy of MindBRENT SILBYUnlimited (UPT)
 
Do people have a soul?
 
Why?
Why not? 
 
What is a soul?
 
Non physical 
Not explained by physics.
Not a part of physical world.
 
* Can exist without a body.* Can exist without a brain.

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