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    (Original post by Dr Carlsberg)
    I'm doing an EPQ on something along the lines of 'To What Extent Can Qualia Can Explain Conscious Experience', and would be evaluating how each of the main Philosophers who believe in it have structured their arguments, following by the same for the critics of the theory. I was thinking I could then conclude by questioning whether our inability to describe Qualia is just a weakness in our language, or something we could learn to develop over time.

    Would anyone have any advice on how to further structure my EPQ, because I can't really believe that that is going to be enough to have a varied essay. I assume that just doing what is essentially an extended 'For and Against' type of essay with an evaluated question at the end isn't really enough. I realise it is a very niche area, but if anyone has some tips, it'd be much appreciated! Thanks.
 
 
 
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