antizombie (plural antizombies)
- (philosophy) The inverse of the philosophical zombie; an exact duplicate of a human being which certainly and necessarily does have conscious experience, qualia, or sentience
1998, Stuart R. Hameroff, Alfred W. Kaszniak, & Alwyn Scott, Toward a Science of Consciousness II, ↑ISBN:
- Let's find that bibulous "antizombie" state of pure experience.
2003, Joseph Levine, Purple Haze: The Puzzle of Consciousness, ↑ISBN, page 10:
- Finally, in chapter 6 I revisit certain questions, especially concerning the nature of subjectivity, in the context of an exploration of various anti-zombie arguments.
2016 -, William Seager, Theories of Consciousness: An Introduction and Assessment, ↑ISBN:
- The perfect experiment suggests the anti-zombie: a creature which is conscious, perhaps in just one respect, as in Cohen and Dennett«s isolation of colour consciousness, but gives no sign of it.
2017, Robert Kirk, Robots, Zombies and Us: Understanding Consciousness, ↑ISBN:
- We must all be functionalists. By demolishing the intuitions, the anti-zombie argument removes what has long been seen as a major problem for physicalism and functionalism. And by bringing out the fact that consciousness depends on a number of different information-processing capacities, that argument hints at what it really is.
- Opposing or countering zombies.
2011, Joni Richards Bodart, They Suck, They Bite, They Eat, They Kill, page 182:
- During the second and third volumes of the series, Nathan Mather, a radical antizombie preacher, and his followers become more and more powerful […]