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I PHILOSOPHY 1 Philosophy as an activity
Philosophy and the sciences
Between language and the world
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action analyzed answer appear asserted Berkeley bodies bodily movement causal cause characterization connection constant conjunction course Craig's theorem criterion defined Descartes descriptive meaning distinction empiricism empiricist ence entities essence essential example existence explain express external fact forebear geometry happen hence ideas illusions illusory insofar internal question knowledge language least logically mathematics matter meaning-vehicle meaningful mental events mental predicates merely metaphysical mind mind-body problem monism nature non-cognitivism non-Euclidean geometries nonsense notion objects of experience ontological argumentation ourselves P. F. Strawson perhaps phenomenalism phenomenalist philosophy physical Plato possible presupposed priori problem properties propositions radical real definition realist reference regarding representationalism representationalist scientific sentence seems semantical value sense skeptic sort speak structure suppose sure synthetic propositions tences theory of experience theory of truth things tion traits trench warfare true or false ultimate understand veridical verificationists verify volitions