Wayne Wu (CMU) would like to present arguments against type-identity theory to his group of neuroscientists in his phil cog sci class, and he is wondering what papers he should have them read. As the audience is a specific one, he is disinclined to some of the classics (e.g. Kripke’s argument in Naming and Necessity).
The readings have to be accessible to an empirical audience but also shorter than longer. He’s inclined to discuss multiple realizability since he thinks that would be clearer to them. As many of them are in the lab all the time, less than 20 pages, but preferably less than 15 is desirable (so excerpts rather than entire articles). Witty and entertaining to read are also a plus!