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- The state or quality of being fundamental.
2007 August 9, Neal Judisch, “Why ‘non-mental’ won’t work: on Hempel’s dilemma and the characterization of the ‘physical’”, in Philosophical Studies, volume 140, number 3, DOI:10.1007/s11098-007-9142-8:
- For the standard arguments against physicalism […] do not establish the fundamentality of the mental in any case.
state or quality of being fundamental