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Qualia and the famous(?) Qualia Question[edit]

The section on qualia says "This semantic problem, of course, led to the famous "Qualia Question", which is: Does Red cause Redness?" This gives no source for "the famous Qualia Question". Googling the expression "Does Red cause Redness?" only returns this article and other wiki articles taken from it. I suggest there is no famous Qualia Question about red causing redness and the sentence be removed or rewritten to be an illustration. (A university library search returns four articles containing the words 'qualia', 'question', 'red' and 'redness' so it's hardly a famous question.) SandJ-on-WP (talk) 20:35, 18 April 2016 (UTC)

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Spinoza dual-aspect?[edit]

Perhaps I'm not familiar enough with philosophy of mind and there's some nuance I'm missing, but Spinoza considered mental and physical to be two attributes out of infinitely many attributes. To call it dual seems to suggest otherwise. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 206.169.66.45 (talk) 12:09, 12 April 2017 (UTC)

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