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This community is for exploring the issues of philosophy of mind, broadly construed. It is intended to be specific to only those issues of philosophy relevant to the mind in the hopes that interdisciplinary dialogue can be achieved. Philosophers, neuroscientists, cognitive scientists, psychologists, and students of either philosophy or the mind are all welcome to join.

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