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Ridiculing social constructivism about phenomenal consciousness

  • Ned Block (a1)
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  • Published online: 01 February 1999

Money is a cultural construction, leukemia is not. In which category does phenomenal consciousness fit? The issue is clarified by a distinction between what cultural phenomena causally influence and what culture constitutes. Culture affects phenomenal consciousness but it is ridiculous to suppose that culture constitutes it, even in part.

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