Posted: Apr 22, 2013 6:15 pm
by Chrisw
Teuton wrote:
Chrisw wrote:Physical laws are the unifying principle that constitutes naturalism.

According to Chalmers' naturalistic (property) dualism, there are additional psychophysical laws which are not implied by and thus not deducible from the purely physical laws.

Typical Chalmers trying to have it both ways. I'm very unimpressed - notice how short of actual argumentation the text you posted was. There is simply no need for additional psychophysical bridge laws, that's the whole point of supervenience physicalism.