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This chapter presents the author's viewson Professor Robert Allinson's paper which was presented at a conference which discussed the relationship between the author's philosophy and Chinese philosophy. According to the author, Professor Allinson's paper contained serious misunderstandings of the author's views. Allinson really thinks that brain processes cause conscious states, and the author feels that brains of dead people must be conscious.

Keywords: Chinese philosophy; Robert Allinson



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