The Fallaciousness of Conceivability Arguments

Why the zombie argument obscures investigations into the nature of consciousness

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Scientifically, a zombie apocalypse like the ones depicted in films aren’t inconceivable. Typically, the origin of science fiction zombies is some contagion or another that is at first brutally fatal, and subsequentially alarming as the person is…

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Philosophy MA Student @ The CUNY Graduate Center

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Philosophy MA Student @ The CUNY Graduate Center

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