The evidence of our senses
In Strawson and Kant. Oxford: Clarendon Press (2003)
|Abstract||The modern causal theory of perception—the theory defended by Grice and Strawson—differs from the classical theory advanced by Descartes and Locke in two ways. First, the modern theory is an exercise in conceptual analysis. Secondly, it is a version of what is sometimes called direct realism. I shall comment on these points in turn|
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