On what basis does Ryle charge Descartes with committing a category mistake?
For Ryle, having a mind consists primarily in
According to the notion of behavior that we have explored, is it possible to behave even if you are completely paralyzed in such a way that you cannot move any muscles, even your eyelids, at will?
In Ryle’s estimation, we may doubt that a purely disembodied entity can be intelligent because
According to Ryle’s understanding, my knowledge of myself
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