Sensations and the identity theory
Chapter One presents one formulation of the problem which different versions of the identity theory attempt to solve. The attempted solutions offered by other versions of the identity theory are evaluated. Chapter Two is a statement of the identity theory. It restricts the discussion to the identity of sensations and brain processes. It tries to clarity what is to count as a sensation and what as a brain process. Some introductory remarks are made in it about the nature of the concept of...[Show more]
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