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Phenomenal Concept Strategy The phrase Phenomenal Concept Strategy was coined by Stoljar, it was used as a Physicalist argument against three antiphysicalist arguements in relation to consciousness: the Knowledge argument, the Explanatory Gap argument and the Concievability argument. The phenomenal concept strategy, put forward by what Chalmers call 'type B physicalists' states that phenomenal concepts (feelings of pain) co-refer to physical concepts such as c-fibres firing.