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conceptual analysis
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epiphenomenalism
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ad hoc
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definition
should provide both necessary and sufficient conditions for the defined thing
survival
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possible
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thought experiment
imagining scenarios to see what implications a certain view may have

i.e. the belief freezing ray
argument
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numerical identity
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same person
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premise
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four-dimesionalism
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conclusion
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person-stages
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reductio ad absurdum
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composition relation
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necessary condition
something can't be B unlesss it's an A
if there is not an A, there can't be a B
you can't have a B without an A
sufficient condition
being an A is enough to make something a B
if something is an A, it's automatically a B
counterexample
providing a counterexample can be used instead of a necessary or a sufficient condition
dualism
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physicalism
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physicalism
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interactionism
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occaionalism
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a priori
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metaphysics
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epistemology
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ethics
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introspection
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