Could someone take away parts of my mind by stealing my personal possessions? Answer with reference to the Extended Mind Thesis defended by Clark and Chalmers.
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This question is asking you about a controversial philosophical thesis, and a fair proportion of your answer will need to be dedicated to setting out what that thesis actually is (and what it is not).
On some possible readings of the word ‘extended’, to say that our mind is extended would be banal and uninteresting; on other readings it would be interesting but also highly implausible. The trick, when discussing this thesis, is to identify a version of it that is worth discussing: a version that is reasonably provocative and for which at least some challenging arguments can be offered in its favour – including, most obviously, the ones offered by Clark and Chalmers.
You do not have to agree with Clark and Chalmers, of course, but whether you defend or reject their position, as well as supplying reasons for your stance, you should provide appropriate textual evidence that they do indeed hold the position you are attributing to them.
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