Conscious Experience: A Logical Inquiry
How, theorists ask, can our private experiences guide us to knowledge of a mind-independent reality? Exploring topics in logic, philosophy of mind, and epistemology, Anil Gupta proposes a new answer to this age-old question, explaining how conscious experience contributes to the rationality and content of empirical beliefs.
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2 A Coherence Theory of Perceptual Judgments
3 Simple Theories of Perceptual Judgments
4 The Hypothetical Given
5 Presentation and the Transparency of Experience
7 The Role of Appearances in Cognition
8 Experience and Concept
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