Teaching Philosophy 10 (1):83-86 (1987)

A debate between D. M. Armstrong and Norman Malcolm on the Mind-Body Problem. Physicalism vs. Wittgenstein.
Keywords Mind-body problem, identity thesis,  ordinary language, physicalism,  consciousness
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