A roundtable with Scott Soames on Kripke’s Argument on Pain
May ‘10

 A roundtable  “Argument on Pain, Saul Kripke” was held  on May 26, 2010. It was organized by the  Department of the History of Foreign Philosophy at the Moscow State University. Among the participants there were Scott Soames, Vadim Vasilyev, Dmitry Volkov, Peter Kusliy, Victor Gorbatov, A. Potapov. Audio records are here:

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