structure for 'Nature of Minds'    |     alphabetical list of themes    |     expand these ideas

15. Nature of Minds / B. Properties of Minds / 6. Inverted Qualia

[one stimulus causing opposite experiences]

8 ideas
The same object might produce violet in one mind and marigold in another [Locke]
There is nothing illogical about inverted qualia [Locke]
Inverted qualia and zombies suggest experience isn't just functional [Kim]
Crosswiring would show that pain and its function are separate [PG on Kim]
We can't assume that dispositions will remain normal when qualia have been inverted [Dennett]
If colour fits a cone mapping hue, brightness and saturation, rotating the cone could give spectrum inversion [Rey]
With inverted qualia a person's experiences would change, but their beliefs remain the same [Crane]
It seems possible to invert qualia [Chalmers]