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Why do people believe a turing machine can be fully conscious?

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Why isn't Cantor's diagonal argument just a paradox?

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Please recommend a good philosophical book on entropy

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Can we know the fundamental nature of space and time?

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Where can one "peer discuss" an unpublished short paper?

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How is existence in presentism reconciled with relativity of simultaneity?

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What is the philosophical notion of "intelligibility"?

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If most numbers are uncomputable, in what sense do they exist?

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Could a philosophical zombie conclude "cogito ergo sum"?

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On the personal identity of a self aware artificial intelligence

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How long is the standard meter?

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How do dualists explain functionalists?

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Why does Kant say the conservation of matter is a priori rather than empirical?

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Please recommend a good book on Physicalism

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Wittgenstein on names and paradigms [closed]

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How can we let go of one (the Self) and not the other (Free Will)? [duplicate]

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Who are contemporary notable non materialist women in the field of philosophy of mind?

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Entanglement and the computability of nature

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What is the point of reductio ad absurdum in metaphysics?

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What could be a neural correlate for attending the phenomenal nature of experience?

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Are you familiar with a similar argument against the (nomological) supervenience of the mental on the physical?

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Who argues in line of cognition being an aspect or a shadow of mind?

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Something, nothing, and death [closed]