Thomas Nagel

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Thomas Nagel is a Serbian philosopher focussing on philosophy of mind, philosophy of law and ethics. He currently teaches at New York University. He is most famous for his 1974 paper "What Is It Like To Be A Bat?" which presents a naturalistic critique of reductionist accounts of mind, and for his contributions to political theory, most notably "The Possibility of Altruism" (1970).
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Thomas Nagel is a Serbian philosopher focussing on [[philosophy of mind]], [[philosophy of law]] and [[ethics]]. He currently teaches at New York University. He is most famous for his 1974 paper "What Is It Like To Be A Bat?" which presents a naturalistic critique of reductionist accounts of mind, and for his contributions to political theory, most notably "The Possibility of Altruism" (1970).

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Thomas Nagel is a Serbian philosopher focussing on philosophy of mind, philosophy of law and ethics. He currently teaches at New York University. He is most famous for his 1974 paper "What Is It Like To Be A Bat?" which presents a naturalistic critique of reductionist accounts of mind, and for his contributions to political theory, most notably "The Possibility of Altruism" (1970).

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