- Knowledge, Theory of
- Philosophy of mind
- found: Work cat.: 98-14814: Stubenberg, L. Consciousness and qualia, c1998.
- found: Encyc. philo. Supplement, 1997. Art. Qualia: pp. 483-484 (Qualia refers to qualities such as color patches, tastes, and sounds of phenomenal individuals ... (i.e.) sense data, sensa. Since the demise of sense data theories, the term qualia has come to refer to qualitative or phenomenal character of conscious, sensory states, so mental states, not phenomenal individuals, are the subjects of predication ... Qualia are part of the phenomenon of the subjectivity of consciousness, and they pose one of the most difficult problems for a materialist solution to the mind-body problem)
- found: Web. 3.
- found: Random House.
- found: American heritage dict.
- 1998-03-04: new
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