After-images and pains

Philosophy 41 (October):41-347 (1966)
After-images, I believe, hold the key to certain much-debated issues regarding meaning and verification. In particular, an analysis of the relevant features of our discourse shows that views often held to be untenable or unintelligible or avoidable regarding our discourse about pain and similar sensations are not so easily escaped in the context of after-images
Keywords After-image  Criteria  Meaning  Pain  Philosophical Anthropology  Verification
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DOI 10.1017/S0031819100058873
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