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 David Chalmers - “People have managed to avert their eyes and hope for the best.”
 David Chalmers - “It probably helps that my background is in the sciences and I can speak the scientists' language.”
 David Chalmers - “Anyway, there is a lot of really interesting work going on in the neuroscience and psychology of consciousness, and I would love to see philosophers become more closely involved with this.”
 David Chalmers - “Although I'm Australian, I find myself much more in sympathy with the Austrian version”
 David Chalmers - “Actually, I think my view is compatible with much of the work going on now in neuroscience and psychology, where people are studying the relationship of consciousness to neural and cognitive processes without really trying to reduce it to those processes.”
 David Chalmers - “Actually, I think most people accept the existence of qualia.”
 David Chalmers - “I argue that neuroscience alone isn't enough to explain consciousness, but I think it will be a major part of an eventual theory.”
 Greg Chalmers - “The game ebbs and flows, and this is a chance for me to get back on the PGA Tour, ... I didn't have a great year last year so I've got to do what I've got to do. I'm one of many guys at this time of year where a victory or a great week could change a lot of things.”
 Greg Chalmers - “The game ebbs and flows and this is a chance for me to get back on the PGA Tour, ... I didn't have a great year last year so I've got to do what I've got to do. I'm one of many guys at this time of year where a victory or a great week could change a lot of things.”
 Mario Chalmers - “It shows we have a lot more weapons than just Brandon. Tonight he didn't have a good game. But he'll be back next game.”
 Rhoderick Chalmers - “They may yet be brought into non-violent mainstream politics, but only if the moderate forces are backed unequivocally by the outside world. . . . For the time being, they are in the driver's seat.”
 David Chalmers - “Those things in a way didn't need to evolve. They were part of the fundamental furniture of the world all along.”
 David Chalmers - “I think that consciousness has always been the most important topic in the philosophy of mind, and one of the most important topics in cognitive science as a whole, but it had been surprisingly neglected in recent years.”
 Mario Chalmers - “I think that's good. A lot of people on the team now really didn't play on that team, so it's not on our minds right now. We're not even thinking about that game.”
 Mario Chalmers - “The Big 12 is a physical conference, so I just need to get stronger, ... Coming out of high school, people here are a lot stronger, a lot quicker than what I played against in Alaska.”
 David Chalmers - “There's certainly nothing original about the observation that conscious experience poses a hard problem.”
 David Chalmers - “I never expected this to catch on in the way it did Of course similar observations have been made by any number of people, and the distinction is obvious to anyone who thinks about the subject a little.”
 Thomas Chalmers - “But a blank he cannot be there are no moral blanks there are no neutral characters.”
 David Chalmers - “I think it's a stupendous piece. I'm frankly a little surprised that it's not done more often because the music is so wonderful. The writing, especially for wind instruments, is extraordinary. He was just very expressive of the text and very inventive. So there's a wonderful sort of genius use of different styles and an ingenious use of the orchestra. I'm excited that we're doing it because I think people need to hear this piece.”
 Rhoderick Chalmers - “The whole thing is a farce but the king looks like carrying on regardless. It is a big mistake.”
 Thomas Chalmers - “The public the public how many fools does it require to make the public”
 Mario Chalmers - “It's not that much different, because he was my high school coach too. But it does make it a little harder, because most of the time he is on my back. But that makes me better.”
 Greg Chalmers - “It was a good omen for me. I wasn't trying to make the putt, I was trying to two-putt. It's a fantastic feeling.”
 David Chalmers - “Sense data are much more controversial than qualia, because they are associated with a controversial theory of perception - that one perceives the world by perceiving one's sense-data, or something like that.”
 David Chalmers - “Here, the broader issues are already familiar, and discussion has focused at a more sophisticated and detailed level. Within the philosophy of mind, the problem of consciousness is no big news.”

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