Zero-person and the psyche
This article addresses several closely linked issues: the mind-body problem, the relation between first-person and third-person descriptions, and panpyschism. First, the mind-body problem is one small part of a more basic body-body problem, as found in the abandoned occasionalist tradition. Second, what is missing from the distinction between first- and third-person descriptions is what I will call the zero-person stance. Third, the term "panpsychism" must be replaced with a more accurate alternative; in this article I propose "endopsychism" as the alternative term.
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(2009).Zero-person and the psyche. John Benjamins Publishing Company. , 253-282
Zero-person and the psyche. John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2009.pp. 253-282