Sensory experience, epistemic evaluation and perceptual knowledge

Philosophical Studies 28 (September):173-187 (1975)
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Keywords Belief  Epistemology  Evaluation  Evidence  Experience  Intentionality  Knowledge  Perception  Realism  Seeing  Sense  Vision  Armstrong, D  Chisholm, R  Dretske, F  Perkins, M  Pitcher, G
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