On Frank Jacksons argument against Physicalism Length: 4-5 pages double-spaced. Jackson, in his essay What Mary Didnt Know, argues that Physicalism, the view that only physical things exist and that all facts are physical facts. This view is important because if everything is physical, then, the mental is also physical. That means our minds are physical, our thoughts are physical, our feelings are physical.The philosopher David Armstrong is a Physicalist. He accepts that everything that exists is physical and that all facts are physical facts. So he accepts that the mind is physical, our thoughts are physical and that our feelings are physical.Jackson rejects Physicalism. For him, certain things are non-physical. His case involving Mary is supposed to show that certain things are nonphysical. They are distinctly mental, e.g., what coldness feels like and what the color red looks like.Your assignment here is to raise an objection to Jacksons argument. The paper should have 5 sections.Part I: Introduction For this section, introduce what your paper will be about. It is about Physicalismthe view that the only things that exist are physical things and that all facts are physical factsand Jacksons argument that Physicalism is false. State: A: What Physicalism is B: That Jackson, in his paper What Mary Didnt Know, argues that Physicalism must be false C: You will be raising an objection to his argumentPart II: Thesis In this section, state exactly what you will be arguing for. You will be arguing that Jacksons argument is unsound.Part III: Exposition In this section, provide a complete and accurate presentation of Jacksons argument. Write out each premise of the argument. Then, provide detailed discussion of each of the premises. Keep in mind, Jacksons argument is supposed to show that Physicalism is false. So, in order to appreciate his argument, you must have full grasp of what Physicalism is.State the case concerning Mary. How is this case supposed to show that Physicalism is false?Be sure to do this section well. If you hope to raise a serious objection to Jacksons argument, you must first fully and accurately understand and represent it.Part IV: Criticism In this section, you should: Raise an objection to Jacksons argument. Then, provide a response to your objection on Jacksons behalf. If Jackson were made aware of your objection to his argument, what would he say in response? Then, provide a response to his response.Part V: Conclusion Tell us one thing the reader is supposed to have learned from having read your paper.