Dualism in the Twenty-First Century

December 6, 2018 - December 8, 2018
Department of Philosophy, Central European University

Budapest
Hungary

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Sponsor(s):

  • John Templeton Foundation
  • University of Oxford
  • Ruhr University, Bochum
  • Pázmány Péter Catholic University
  • Hungarian Academy of Sciences
  • Humane Philosophy Project
  • University of Lincoln
  • Central European University

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Central European University
Central European University
Ruhr-Universität Bochum
(unaffiliated)
University of Oslo
Université de Fribourg
California State University, Los Angeles
Central European University
(unaffiliated)
(unaffiliated)

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(unaffiliated)
(unaffiliated)
Warsaw University
Central European University
Cambridge University

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Mind-body dualism underwent a renaissance in the last part of the twentieth century. Several arguments challenged the capacity of physicalism to accommodate mental phenomena, especially conscious experience. Dualism was widely considered the leading alternative. Since then, sophisticated responses to arguments against physicalism have been developed, and nonphysicalist views other than dualism, including idealism and Russellian monism have received renewed interest. This conference will examine the prospects for dualism in the twenty-first century in light of the latest research, including the arguments for and against dualism; the relative merits of dualism, and other nonphysicalist positions in the metaphysics of mind; and the relationship between dualism and wider issues in philosophy.

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