Unity

“The peculiarity of Daniel Dennett’s book can now be stated: he denies the existence of the data. He thinks there are no such things as the second sort of entity, the feeling of pain. He thinks there are no such things as qualia, subjective experiences, first-person phenomena, or any of the rest of it. Dennett agrees that it seems to us that there are such things as qualia, but this is a matter of a mistaken judgment we are making about what really happens. Well, what does really happen according to him?”

John R. Searle
including exchanges with Daniel C. Dennett and David J. Chalmers

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“The great majority of us were introduced to the sublime and ethereal idea of platonic love; however, Plato was not an exemplar of his own ideal—his loves were anything but platonic. Nevertheless, he still managed to portray this image of himself. It is the form through which something is presented, be it true or false, that renders it true. The efficient persuasion of the platonic dialogues is the most disarming example of this precept. Thanks to all of this, Plato has managed, through the use of his explanatory art, to present to humanity something totally his own as something universal.”

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