Disjunctivism: Oxford Bibliographies Online Research Guide
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Adrian Haddock argument from hallucination argument from illusion Aristotelian Society aware Benj Brogaard Byrne and Logue Cambridge causal theory Chalmers character of experience conception of experience constituents Dancy Defends a version different kinds direct acquaintance Direct Realism discusses disjunctive conception disjunctive theory disjunctivist Edited by Adrian epistemic epistemological disjunctivism essentially involving mental external object Fiona Macpherson forms a belief graduate-level seminars Haddock and Fiona Heather Logue Hellie Hinton Hornsby introspective disjunctivism John McDowell Jonathan Dancy kinds of disjunctivism kinds of entities Martin McDowell metaphysical disjunctivism mind-independent objects naive realism nondisjunctive overview Oxford University Press Paul Snowdon perception and philosophy perceptions and hallucinations perceptual evidence perceptual experience phenomenal character phenomenal consciousness Philosophical Studies 120 philosophy of action philosophy of mind philosophy of perception reasons for action representationalism seminars on perception Siegel skepticism snake is dangerous Snowdon Susanna textbook theories of perception veridical perception version of disjunctivism