A Wake Up Call
Although I am going to argue that we need not accept the conclusion expressed in Philip Goff’s title, I am grateful for the opportunity to comment on his paper. For I believe he has raised an important challenge that property dualism, and some other views, must face up to.
KeywordsFiring Rate Phenomenal Quality Property Dualist Binary Property Gradual Disappearance
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