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UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA IRVINE

DEPARTMENT OF LOGIC AND PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE

COLLOQUIUM

"Color Properties and Color Experience: When and When Not To Be A Functionalist"


     Philosophers are familiar with functionalist accounts of various things: properties, mental states, linguistic meaning, and so on. How far should functionalist methods be extended? Far, but not arbitrarily far, I want to suggest. I shall argue for a functionalist theory of color properties, but for a non-functionalist account of color experiences. I hope to draw some morals about what makes a domain suitable or unsuitable for treatment by a functionalist analysis.

Jonathan Cohen

Department of Philosophy

University of British Columbia

Friday, January 19, 2001

3:00 p.m.

SST 777


Jonathan Cohen

A Bibliography
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