Particularity and Reflexivity in the Intentional Content of Perception
A significant part of perception is characterized by awareness of particular objects. Two ways of making precise this intuition have been proposed (Searle vs. Evans, Campbell and others). The dispute’s argumentative context is reconstructed and a proposal is advanced that may be regarded as a compromise between the contenders.
intentionality, perceptual content, perceptual attention.
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