Sensing the World

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Hackett Publishing, 1983 - Philosophy - 352 pages
 

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Contents

CHAPTER TWO Feeling Ones Body
25
CHAPTER THREE Smell
57
First argument for indirect realism
69
A chemical account
78
Odorous qualities
85
CHAPTER FOUR Feeling Heat and Cold
97
How can we with thermometers
109
Further specification of the key question about feeling
122
Physical blue
233
CHAPTER SEVEN The Sense of Touch
241
Recapitulation and conclusion
280
The idea of an internal sensuous object
286
Sensuous attribution of sensuous
295
Corrigible
305
Behavioral analysis of sensuous attribution appears
318
Further comparisons of conceptual and sensuous
324

CHAPTER FIVE Hearing
163
trasted with measuring temperature
190
On hearing only certain sounds as if feeling
199
CHAPTER SIX Vision
205
Necessary
330
The sensuous
337
Name Index
351
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