Monthly Archives: March 2012

Beliefs and Reason

Beliefs and Reason Abstract How do we humans make decisions? Are they rooted on ‘beliefs’ or reason? What are, or should be, the principles on which all of our ordinary judgments be based? Are we free to make decisions? These … Continue reading

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The ‘Physical’, Functional ‘Mind’.

Introduction. Just what is the evidence for a physical, functional mind? Invisible entities require indirect but consistent evidence of their physical existence, unless we conclude it has no independent existence and, like colors, depends on a visible substrate brain. Unlike … Continue reading

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