Kent Bach

Philosophers have a way of making the obvious seem absurd, the pervasive seem problematic, and the actual seem impossible. They deny, or at least raise grave doubts about or else render paradoxical, such things as causality and change, consciousness and free will, and knowledge of material objects. They use smoke and mirrors, I mean powerful arguments, to do this

Kent Bach, Getting a Thing into a Thought, in Robin Jeshion (ed.), New Essays on Singular Thoughts

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