What is my evidence that here is a cup? Comments on Susanna Schellenberg

Philosophical Studies 173 (4):915-927 (2016)

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Adam Pautz
Brown University
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This paper is about Susanna Schellenberg's view on the explanatory role of perceptual experience. I raise a basic question about what the argument for her view might be. Then I develop two new problem cases: one involving “seamless transitions” between perception and hallucination and another involving the graded character of perceptual evidence and justification
Keywords Perceptual evidence  Perceptual justification  Hallucination  Schellenberg  Experience first
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DOI 10.1007/s11098-015-0531-0
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