For those of you who are current with developments in western philosophy, I'd be interested to know who are the prominent non-physicalists these days, or if it physicalism is completely hegemonic at this point.
There is no hegemonic view common to contemporary western philosophy - it is by nature so utterly diverse that it is basically impossible to know everything that's going on.
I really don't know what you mean by "non-physicalists" - if you mean "those who metaphysically do not endorse a hard materialism" that would include just about everyone.
Maybe you're referring to realism/anti-realism??
I had in mind basically the definition Fu Ri Shin helpfully imported:
Fu Ri Shin wrote:
From the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
"Physicalism is the thesis that everything is physical, or as contemporary philosophers sometimes put it, that everything supervenes on, or is necessitated by, the physical."http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/physicalism/
And more specifically I was wondering if there was anyone prominent in philosophy of mind who would disagree with Dennett et al in holding that mind/consciousness entirely supervenes on the brain.