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Perception and its Objects P F Strawson
A Comparison between Ayers Views about the Privi
Perception Sense Data and Causality D M Arm
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A. J. Ayer accept acquisition condition actual affective influence affective store appear argue argument assumption atoms attribute Ayer's believe Caesar causal history character characterisation claim cognitive colour common sense common-sense view conceive consubjective direct realism distinction Dummett envisage epistemic probability error essay event example existence experiential memory experientially remember express fact favour fission generalisation given hypothesis identified induction kind language least Leibniz Mackie meaning mental metaphysical mind nature notion observational qualities particular perceived perception perhaps persistence personal identity phenomenal phenomenology Philosophy physical objects possible predicate premiss present principle principle of indifference priori concepts probability problem properties propositions realism reason relation relevant scientific scientific realism secondary qualities seems sense data sense datum sense-datum statements sensible experience sentence Sir Alfred Ayer sortal Strawson suppose theory things tion true types of memory visual W. V. Quine Wiggins words