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The Philosophy of Consciousness and the Problem of Embodiment

By Ian Blecher


Our topic is the ancient idea of a human being as a complex of body and mind (or soul). Many of the great philosophers accepted this idea; others rejected it; but almost all of them agonized over it at one time or another. We’ll consider why, and do a bit of agonizing ourselves. Readings will be drawn from both ancient and modern sources

Year: 2014
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