Phenomenal Concepts

Some articles on phenomenal concepts, phenomenal, concepts, concept:

Philosophical Zombie - Responses
... and argues that this inference, while not generally legitimate, is legitimate for phenomenal concepts such as consciousness since we must adhere to "Kripke's insight that for phenomenal concepts ... Another response is denial of the idea that qualia and related phenomenal notions of the mind are in the first place coherent concepts ... Furthermore, when concept of self is deemed to correspond to physical reality alone (reductive physicalism), philosophical zombies are denied by definition ...
Zombie Argument - Responses
... not generally legitimate, is legitimate for phenomenal concepts such as consciousness since we must adhere to "Kripke's insight that for phenomenal concepts, there is no gap between reference-fixers and reference (or ... Another response is denial of the idea that qualia and related phenomenal notions of the mind are in the first place coherent concepts ... Furthermore, when concept of self is deemed to correspond to physical reality alone (reductive physicalism), philosophical zombies are denied by definition ...
Prolegomena To Any Future Metaphysics - Contents - Part One of The Main Transcendental Problem. How Is Pure Mathematics Possible?
... All mathematical knowledge consists of concepts that are derived from intuitions ... Mathematics is not an analysis of concepts ... Mathematical concepts are constructed from a synthesis of intuitions ...

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