Experience and the Physical
Strawson's challenging and provocative defence of panpsychism begins by sensibly insisting that physicalism, properly understood, must unflinchingly countenance the occurrence of conscious experiences. No view, he urges, will count as 'real physicalism' (p. 4) if it seeks to get around or soften that commitment, as versions of so- called physicalism sometimes do.
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Publication date: 01 January 2006