Yonghao Wang (3283)

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In Defense of Property Dualism

Hometown: Williamsburg, Virginia

Department: Philosophy

Advisor:  Matthew Haug

In this honors thesis I defend property dualism. It concerns what fundamentally exists in this world. Many contemporary philosophers believe that there is only physical substance in this world and that all fundamental properties are also physical. Property dualism is the claim that there is no mental, soul-like substance, but there are fundamental mental properties, like our conscious experience, along with physical properties like shapes and mass.

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