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thesis that "everything is physical", or that there is "nothing over and above" the physical. Physicalism, therefore, is a form of ontological
—a "one stuff" view of the nature of reality as opposed to a "two-stuff" (
) or "many-stuff" (
) view. Two questions immediately arise. First, what is meant by "the physical"? Second, what is it for non-physical properties to be "nothing over and above" the physical?
Physicalism is closely related to
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David Papineau interviewed about Physicalism
The Argument from Physical Minds.
Token and Type physicalism.
Physicalism and Beyond.
St Edmund's College.
Token vs. Type-Identity.
Presentism (philosophy of time)
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