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Polo Camacho

Polo Camacho Posing
April 2016
KU grad student and teaching assistant in philosophy. KU Writing Center consultant.

“I interview myself in my car when no one’s in there. I pretend Oprah or someone is interviewing me and I respond to Oprah’s questions. Sometimes they’re real interview questions; other times not. Like “Why did you reach for an orange instead of the banana?” And I’ll say, “Well, Oprah, I think it’s because…” I’ll have these thoughts about really mundane events, just wonder about the little things. Maybe I’ll wonder, “well, why did you reach for that orange, Polo? You probably had a reason.” Then that always turns into Oprah’s voice.”

“In terms of real writing projects, I've been examining the problems and prospects of Causal Role Functionalism, a view which holds that the mental states are identified by their causal roles. My hope is to write a paper that evaluates David Lewis's response to the "Mad Pain/Martian Pain" objection to Causal Role Functionalism.”

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