David Chalmers. Contemporary American philosopher of mind, employed at the University of Arizona. Known for his reinterpretation of mind/brain dualism.
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Aurangzeb's David Chalmers Website
Tribute site dedicated to this philosopher. Includes pictures, annotated links and background information.
Chalmers on Consciousness and Quantum Mechanics
Article with footnotes from Philosophy of Science, by Alex Byrne and Ned Hall. Discusses the relationship between Chalmers' theory of consciousness and the "no collapse" interpretation of quantum mechanics.
David Chalmers' Home Page
The philosopher's faculty page at the University of Arizona. Includes personal background, archive of his papers, and links to related sites.
The Hard Problem Isn't
Article by Michael R. Lissack proposing a functional explanation of consciousness in evolutionary terms.
Interview with Chalmers
Conducted by Andrew Chrucky and originally published in 1998. Chalmers discusses various aspects of the contemporary philosophy of consciousness.
Chalmers' Zombie Argument
An analysis of the zombie argument. Draft chapter from "Physicalism and Consciousness. A defense of commonsense functionalism", by I. A. Aranyosi. [PDF] (March 15, 2004)
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