'Quining Qualia' and Non-Existence
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In this article, the writer looks briefly at Daniel C. Dennett's, "Quining Qualia," and argues that his belief that subjective, intrinsic, ineffable and private events are non-existent because they are unverifiable. After reviewing the broad themes and arguments presented by Dennett, this paper offers the writer's counter-argument.
From the Paper:"After reviewing the broad themes and arguments presented by Dennett, this paper will offer the writer's counter-argument; to wit, just because something cannot be measured or subject to proof does not mean that it is non-existent. Daniel C. Dennett is not a major supporter of the concept of "qualia"; in ..."
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