Gilbert Ryle quotes

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When the epistemologists' concept of consciousness first became popular, it seems to have been in part a transformed application o ...
Man need not be degraded to a machine by being denied to be a ghost in a machine.
Overt intelligent performances are not clues to the workings of minds; they are those workings. Boswell described Johnson's mind w ...
The dogma of the Ghost in the Machine.
Such in outline is the official theory. I shall often speak of it, with deliberate abusiveness, as "the dogma of the Ghost in the ...
When two terms belong to the same category, it is proper to construct conjunctive propositions embodying them. Thus a purchaser ma ...
... my today's self perpetually slips out of any hold of it that I may try to take.
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