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If there is a case for mental events and mental states, it must be that the positing of them, like the positing of molecules, has ...
Of all my prosecutors ... not one is my peer, but each and all are my political sovereigns; and had your honor submitted my case t ...
Even if someone knew the entire physical history of the world, and every mental event were identical with a physical, it would not ...
Mental events such as perceivings, rememberings, decisions, and actions resist capture in the net of physical theory.
The deeply thoughtful and human consciousness of a Macbeth is not found in comedy. Comic action tends to be as Bergson described i ...
When I speak of The Case for Equality I mean human equality; and that, of course, can only mean one thing: it means equality of in ...
Involuntary mental hospitalization is like slavery. Refining the standards for commitment is like prettifying the slave plantation ...
No further evidence is needed to show that "mental illness" is not the name of a biological condition whose nature awaits to be el ...
I do not allow myself to be moved by anything except the law. If there has been a mistake in the law, or if I think there has been ...
The one who first states a case seems right, until the other comes and cross-examines.
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