Download PDF by Berit Brogaard: Does Perception Have Content? (Philosophy of Mind)

By Berit Brogaard

in the modern philosophical debates over the character of notion, the query of no matter if conception has content material within the first position lately has turn into a spotlight of dialogue. the most typical view is that it does, yet a few philosophers have puzzled this declare. the problem instantly increases a few comparable questions. What does it suggest to assert that conception has content material? Does notion have multiple form of content material? Does perceptual content material derive from the content material of ideals or judgments? may still perceptual content material be understood by way of accuracy stipulations? Is naive realism appropriate with conserving that conception has content?

This quantity brings jointly philosophers representing many various views to handle those and different primary questions within the philosophy of perception.

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