Thomas Nagel Quote

Everything, living or not, is constituted from elements having a nature that is both physical and nonphysical—that is, capable of combining into mental wholes. So this reductive account can also be described as a form of panpsychism: all the elements of the physical world are also mental....


Mind and Cosmos: Why the Materialist Neo-Darwinian Conception of Nature Is Almost Certainly False (ed. Oxford University Press, 2012) - ISBN: 9780199977192

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Everything, living or not, is constituted from elements having a nature that is both physical and nonphysical—that is, capable of combining into...

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Everything, living or not, is constituted from elements having a nature that is both physical and nonphysical—that is, capable of combining into...

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Everything, living or not, is constituted from elements having a nature that is both physical and nonphysical—that is, capable of combining into...

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Everything, living or not, is constituted from elements having a nature that is both physical and nonphysical—that is, capable of combining into...