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Qualia | Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy

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Do You See What I See

Qualia are the subjective or qualitative properties of experiences. What it feels like, experientially, to see a red rose is different from what it feels like to see a yellow rose. Likewise for hearing a musical note played by a piano and hearing the same musical note played by a tuba. The qualia...

QUALIA

The term “qualia” (singular: quale and pronounced “kwol-ay”) was introduced into the philosophical literature in its contemporary sense in 1929 by C. I. Lewis in a discussion of sense-data theory.

Does It Feel The Same To You

Lewis use of the term "qualia" in reference to rhe properties of sense-data themselves.

In contemporary usage, the term has been broadened to refer more generally to properties of experience. Paradigm examples of experiences with qualia a...

Phenomenal Consciousness

Qualia are often referred to as the phenomenal properties of experience, and experiences that have qualia are referred to as being phenomenally conscious . Phenomenal consciousness

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