Quotation by Donald Davidson

Mental events such as perceivings, rememberings, decisions, and actions resist capture in the net of physical theory.
Donald Davidson (b. 1917), U.S. professor of philosophy (Berkeley, Chicago, Rockefeller, Princeton, and Stanford). also in Experience and Theory, ed. Lawrence Foster and J. W. Swanson, p. 79. University of Massachusetts Press (1970). "Mental Events," Essays on Actions and Events, p. 207, Clarendon Press (1980).
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