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What "physical" means is sometimes clarified by appealing to paradigmatically physical objects, properties, or phenomena. This move is not entirely unmotivated. The most basic intuition behind physicalism can be identified as that we, as conscious beings, are not ontologically special: we are, ultimately, like all these inanimate and unconscious things; we do not exemplify any mysterious properties that are categorically over and above all the properties that are exemplified by ordinary thingsdoi:10.15388/Problemos.99.6 doaj:ad01402550a64d23bfe7daaebae09a95 fatcat:yuvc7t3mhveonlj2jz4xafmep4