Rejoinder to Michael Huemer's "How to Be a Perceptual Realist" (Fall 2005): Direct Realism and Causation

Journal of Ayn Rand Studies 7 (1):239 - 245 (2005)
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Abstract

Armstrong disagrees with Huemer over the proper interpretation of the Objectivist theory of concepts. Huemer worries that Objectivists empty perception of content, while Armstrong argues mat Objectivists recognize some content. However, Huemer attempts to inject conceptual content into perception, which explains why his treatment of illusions differs from that of Objectivists

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