The non-sensuous epistemic account of perception

American Philosophical Quarterly 13 (January):57-62 (1976)
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Keywords Belief  Epistemology  Experience  Hallucination  Illusion  Image  Perception  Sense Impression  Sensing  Armstrong, D  Pitcher, G
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