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MERLEAUPONTY ON SENSATIONS
MERLEAUPONTY ON SCIENCE
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account of perception account of sensation actual perceptions anomalous monism appears Aristotle associationist atomistic Berkeley Berkeley's theory brain Cartesian account causal causes chapter classical theories conceived concept of sensation conflation Descartes argues determinate DIOP distinct dualist metaphysics elements empiricist existence of sensations external object geometrical optics Gestalt Psychology Gestaltists Hence Hume Husserl ideas intellectualist intentional objects intentionality Kohler laws level of sensibility Locke logical mental events Merleau Merleau-Ponty argues Merleau-Ponty claims Merleau-Ponty points Merleau-Ponty says Merleau-Ponty's objections mind notion of sensation object of perception objects of consciousness objects of sight perceived object perceptual experience phenomenal phenomenology philosophical physical objects pointilliste presupposes presuppositions proper objects propositional attitudes psychological quale theory rationalist account rays of light retinal images science's scientific Searle sensations of qualities sensible objects sensible qualities subject's apprehension theories of perception theory of vision thesis transcendentalist underlining added visual perception visual sensations whilst Wundt