Posts Tagged ‘Tim Maudlin’

My emails to biosemiotics list (Conformons as the sound of cell). 13.05.2013 09:42 Not sufficient in this respect just means that one does not have enough computing power to employ the Theory-Of-Everything directly. You should read The Grand Design: “Though we feel that we can choose what we do, our understanding of the molecular basis […]

Quotes from Tim Maudlin, The Metaphysics Within Physics p. 106 “I admit that the evident existence of subjective mental states is neither obviously part of, nor reducible to, physical state and physical law. But I do not think that all ontological analysis need be held hostage to this conundrum. In particular, investigation of the physical […]

Quotes from Tim Maudlin, The Metaphysics Within Physics p. 78 “Kant, for example, maintained that metaphysics must be a body of necessary truths, and that necessary truths must be a priori, so metaphysical claims could not be justified by experience.” p. 78 “The Kantian strains survives yet in the notion that the proper object of […]