The subjectivity of sensation

Ajatus 36:3-18 (1974)
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Keywords Cartesianism  Certainty  Color  Criteria  Doubt  Epistemology  I  Identification  Incorrigibility  Language  Ostensive Definition  Perception  Phenomenalism  Private  Secondary Quality  Sensation  Sound  Subjectivity  James  Plato  Wittgenstein
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