Perception: A Representative Theory

Cambridge University Press (1977)
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Keywords Appearance  Color  Epistemic  Immediacy  Mental Object  Metaphysics  Perception  Representative Realism  Science  Seeing  Sense Data  Thing  Armstrong, D  Price  Smart, J
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