Articles of Magnus Vinding
The non-eliminativist view of consciousness is the view that consciousness is real and that its existence cannot reasonably be doubted. All the beliefs we are aware of appear in consciousness, and hence to express disbelief in the existence of consciousness amounts to reading off and trusting at least some aspect of one?s conscious experience ? the thing believed not to exist ? which renders such disbelief nonsensical. This belief based on the thing being disbelieved renders such disbelief no...
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