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n. pl. qua·li·a (-lē-ə)
A property, such as whiteness, considered independently from things having the property.

[From Latin quāle, neuter of quālis, of what kind; see quality.]


(ˈkwɑːlɪ; ˈkweɪ-)
n, pl -lia (-lɪə)
(Philosophy) philosophy an essential property or quality
[C17: Latin, neuter singular of qualis of what kind]


(ˈkwɑ li, -leɪ, ˈkweɪ li)

n., pl. -li•a (-li ə)
a quality, as bitterness, regarded as an independent object.
[1665–75; < Latin quāle, neuter singular of quālis of what sort]
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The FoM4 conference (January 27, 2017) provided support for my hope that the wave particle duality of quantum mechanics, with possible help from psi may enable science deal with qualia and help to resolve the mind/matter duality.
Pedro Cabiya delivers all of this and more in Wicked Weeds, one gentleman zombie's quest to recapture his lost qualia, that indefinable, internal, sensory perception of self.
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Color qualia inversion scenarios have played a key role in various philosophical debates.
Donald leaves behind to cherish his memory, three loving daughters, Carmen Qualia and her husband Mark of Tucson, AZ, Tracy Pycko and her husband Tony of Belchertown and Brianna Mirabile of Belchertown; his sister, Nora Breen and her husband Phil of New Mexico; his brothers, Mark Mirabile and his wife Carol of Florida, and Richard Mirabile and his wife Jane of Maine.
Pero lo que los filosofos llaman qualia, las experiencias subjetivas que llevan a que uno considere armonico y agradable un sonido, siguen sin entenderse a fondo.
But, De Rosa suggests, it is in not connecting the relevant dots--here, how the motions and qualia come to be related--that Pessin's account fails to be systematic.
The physicalists argue that the property of consciousness can be completely explained empirically, for example, by the physical or the neurological processes of the brain, while the anti-physicalists argue that there are some properties of consciousness, which physical explanation cannot capture, such as qualia or phenomenal consciousness.
Uno de los conceptos que han llevado con mas fuerza a la aceptacion de posturas incompatibilistas ha sido el de qualia, este termino se ha usado para denotar las cualidades fenomenologicas de nuestros estados conscientes, mas especificamente de nuestros estados y experiencias perceptivas, en otras palabras son las cualidades que constituyen el "como es" estar en un estado perceptivo particular, es evidente que el acceso a estas propiedades es completamente subjetivo, incluso muchos lo describirian como introspectivo, razon por la cual dentro de ciertos patrones de lo que se debe y puede considerar objeto posible del conocimiento cientifico (Fisicalismo) dichas propiedades deben declararse como inaccesibles a la investigacion cientifica.
Further defining qualia as the "felt, subjective properties of mental states" (143), Herman credits Monika Fludernik for recognizing the emphasis on the quality of experience in the stories told in everyday conversations (139-41).

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