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Phenomenal fallacies and conflations

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  04 February 2010

Gilbert Harman
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Department of Philosophy, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 08455-1006. ghh@princeton.edu
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Abstract

A “fallacy” is something like the sense-datum fallacy, involving a logically invalid argument. A “conflation” is something like Block's conflation of the (alleged) raw feel of an experience with what it is like to have the experience. Trivially, a self is conscious of something only if it accesses it. Substantive issues concern the nature of the conscious self and the nature of access.

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