Abstract and Keywords
Subjectivity is to many philosophers what the frog is to many biologists: the object of fascination that first drew them to their discipline. The first part of this article discusses what we find there in our individual consciousness or subjectivity: experiences of various sorts, including thoughts and thoughts about thoughts and thoughts about other experiences. It also briefly considers what these things are doing there. The second part discusses whether Frank Jackson's ‘knowledge argument’ provides a good reason to doubt that all these things we find in our minds are events in and states of our brain.
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