From: derek gatherer (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri 21 Nov 2003 - 15:42:49 GMT
> An analogy may be the study of sub atomic particles
> with bubble chambers: we
> see the traces of the particles; we don't see the
> particles themselves.
If there was a method a good as a bubble chamber, for
studying the brain, then there would be no problem,
but the best we have is EEG, CAT and PET scanners.
This of course leads to a subfield of internalism -
the 'wait for 50 years until we have appropriate
tools' school of thought.
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