Experience And The Objects Of Perception
Graduate studies at Western
Washington: University Press Of America (1981)
|Abstract||This work argues for a Direct Realist view of the perception of public objects. It argues against the need for special intermediary sensory objects, or sense impressions, requiring only stages in a physical process beginning with events at the surface of a physical object, the resultant stimulation of one's sense organs, and finally the excitation of the sensory portions of one's brain.|
|Keywords||Epistemology Experience Object Perception Sense|
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