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Any identity thesis (IT) about x and y must establish at least the equivalence of necessary (n) and sufficient (s) conditions for x and y. (I’m still pondering how Aristotle’s insistence, in Physics II, on the sameness of definition fits … Continue reading
The term soul is horribly overused, even, or perhaps especially, by advocates of the philosophy in which it belongs. Soul is just a species of act as opposed to potency, form as opposed to matter. Speaking very loosely, therefore, all … Continue reading
Physicalism P and/or mind-brain identity MBI cropped up a few weeks ago in a post about “neuroenvy” at Dr. Feser’s blog. It got me reading again on physicalism, namely this exchange between Melnyk (M) and Taliaferro & Goetz (TG) at … Continue reading