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Australasian Journal of Philosophy 81 (2):175-190 (2003)
|Abstract||McDowell has argued that external world scepticism is a pressing problem only in so far as we accept, on the basis of the argument from illusion, the claim that perceiving that p and hallucinating that p involve a highest common factor.|
|Keywords||Causal Epistemology Externalism Perception Scepticism Mcdowell, J|
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