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Not because the evidence is lacking, but rather because I think anyone who tries to tell me who I am simply deserves to be shown the door and asked to leave. To cut to the chase, I am doubtful that the “problem of consciousness” really is such an interesting philosophical problem any more. Inhe received his D. Older philosophy books I find better informative and argumentative in an attractive balance.

The way out of this kind of dilemma, though, is to realize that we really want when we say that we could have the ability to do otherwise is just to say that in a similar situation, we could have acted differently, and we don’t really care that it’s the same.

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This book was an interesting read, a qualitative study of the experiences of individuals who have lost faith in God while in pastoral roles in their faith tradition. Dennett should have invented an alias while he was inventing crap to pad this book.


An act in equilibrium withstands knowledge of its own causes. You be the judge. Anthony Corazzini rated it really liked it Jun 03, All of those works develop many of the same ideas that are in the book, but ljo more depth and with some thought that is easier to track. Apr 08, Elliott Bignell rated it it was amazing. But I do recommend this for anyone who wants to know what an insghtful theory of knowledge is from a naturlistic or monastic viewpoint.

Just think how close you are to being dead everywhere! No trivia or quizzes yet. Fletcher Professor of Philosophy at Tufts University.

Content and Consciousness by Daniel C. Dennett

Or where does the rest of the universe leave off and you begin? People who believe drnnett the bunny really did materialize by magic. Also reviews then-fading influence of Skinner and Ryle. Religious people interested in why people who once believed what they do but don’t any longer may find interest in some of the rationales provided in these pages.

It is truly a worthwhile test for the modern thinker. What Matters and Why”. The introduction, written by Dennett, is also very good. The respect and compassion that resonates throughout the pages of ‘Caught in The Pulpit’ tell personal stories of those theists who have discovered through their theological studies and life experiences that they no longer belief in the literal word of God, and secretly seek a way to relieve themselves of the cognitive dissonance that stems from acting out a life that they no longer believe is true.


Launching the bowling ball and then dancing or dnaiel as if to control the ball down the mentd.

Luciano Clemente Cavalcante da Silva rated it it was amazing Apr 22, It might deserve less stars because of some unnecessary circling it does. Apr 17, Chris rated it really liked it.

Another number of them started questioning when they could not explain the “unanswerable questions” such as “why do bad things happen to good people” to grieving parishioners, etc.

The actual unedited interview parts were great, but the editorializing of the authors of the studies was not that great. We are open to hearing what others have to say and when all is said and done, our line of reasoning supports our faith rather than kills it. Daniel Dennett recommended his treatise on free will to me when I approached him about some ideas on the topic. Not that any of this is strictly Dennett’s fault; he merely reflects his field, and his field is full of naked emperors.

The same goes for Timbuctu. I am the universe in that I am a real part of the whole, and without myself, there is no whole.