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The Language of Perception
Conventional Language as a Supplement to Perception
Does Intentionalism Lead to Skepticism?
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admit affirm analysis Aristotle assert believe bodily ceptions claim cognitive verbs coherence color common sense complex conflict considered conventional language correlation correspondence corroboration course declarative Descartes descriptive discrimination empirical empiricism empiricist epistemological evaluative everyday speech everyday thought example exemplified existence expressions of emotion external favor feelings humble hypothalamus incompatible individual inherent probability intentional intentionalism intentionalistic involved judgments justified knowledge of fact legitimacy legitimate linguistic logic matter mean mental events Mill's methods mind moral Moreover Mount Hiei Muriel namely natural language object observations occur one's ontological ordinary pathetic fallacy patterns perceive perceptions perceptual experience perceptual originals perhaps perience philosophical philosophical system physical things predications present properties proxies question refer relation respect scientism Segregation is wrong semantical sentences simply skepticism solipsism speak statement subatomic particles subordinate clause Suppose theory tion tive truth value theory value-claims value-predicative verified whole