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17. Mind and Body / E. Physicalism / 7. Anti-Physicalism / c. Knowledge argument

[qualia knowledge goes beyond physical knowledge]

7 ideas
If a blind persons suddenly sees a kestrel, that doesn't make visual and theoretical kestrels different [Papineau on Jackson]
No one bothers to imagine what it would really be like to have ALL the physical information [Dennett on Jackson]
Mary learns when she sees colour, so her complete physical information had missed something [Jackson]
Knowledge and inversion make functionalism about qualia doubtful [Kim]
Mary acquires new concepts; she previously thought about the same property using material concepts [Papineau]
Experience teaches us propositions, because we can reason about our phenomenal experience [Crane]
A scientist could know everything about the physiology of headaches, but never have had one [Heil]