On Gilbert Harman's The Intrisic Quality of Experience

Abstract
I propose that there are two kind's of qualia realism, and that Harman's observations about the transparency of experience pose a threat to only one of these.
Keywords Transparency  Diaphanousness  Qualia  Act-object  Gilbert Harman
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