Posted: Apr 23, 2013 6:03 pm
by Teuton
Chrisw wrote: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.


Well, and the whole point of naturalistic dualism is that supervenience physicalism is false, i.e. that the mental doesn't ontologically supervene on the physical but only nomologically, i.e. by virtue of psychophysical laws which aren't entailed by the physical laws. As for Chalmers' argumentation, see his books The Conscious Mind and The Character of Consciousness!