Vague Like the Clouds: An Objection to Materialism - CCT Conversations - Zimmerman/Crisp

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Philosophers Dean Zimmerman (Rutgers University) and Tom Crisp (Biola University) discuss an objection to the view that humans are purely physical beings. The objection is based on the idea that material objects are vague sorts of things, but human persons don't seem to be vague! So how could we be material objects?

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    3. Vague Like the Clouds: An Objection to Materialism - CCT Conversations - Zimmerman/Crisp

    by Thomas M Crisp and Dean Zimmerman

    17:58 — December 13, 2013

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