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  1. ____________________, in all forms, becomes nonsense in one’s own case when one is trying to understand and talk about one’s own mental states.

  2. ______________________________ believed that with our increasing knowledge of neurology, our ordinary language would be seriously revised.

  3. ______________________________ argued that there was no such thing as consciousness as an entity, only different functions of experience.

  4. For ____________________, mental events and physical events were different aspects of the same “something,” in his case, the same substance.


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