Richard Brown and Pete Mandik have posted a fun short discussion of Zombies over at SpaceTimeMind entitled, "Zombie Fight!". One of the things that I find most fascinating about the discussion--and which I had never heard of before--is that some people apparently (Richard, as well as William Bechtel) report having no imaginative capacity for visual imagery. When asked, Richard literally says that he has no idea what people are talking about when they say to "visualize" something. He says that he experiences himself as entertaining words and propositions, but that he has no clue "what it is like" to visually imagine something. And apparently Bechtel said similar things. According to Richard, he knows what it is like to imagine auditory experiences--he can hold a harmony in his mind--but he can only understand visual imagination by extrapolation. Fascinating!