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Title In the light of experience : new essays on perception and reasons / edited by Johan Gersel, Rasmus Thybo Jensen, Morten S. Thaning, and Sren Overgaard.
Imprint Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2018.
Edition First edition.

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Series Mind Association occasional series
Mind Association occasional series.
Subject Perception (Philosophy)
Reasoning.
Philosophy of mind.
Alt Name Gersel, Johan,
Jensen, Rasmus Thybo,
Thaning, Morten S.,
Overgaard, Sren,
Description 1 online resource
Edition First edition.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed June 7, 2018).
Contents Travis on Frege, Kant, and the given : comments on 'unlocking the outer world' / John McDowell -- he move, the divide, the myth, and its dogma / Charles Travis -- What is the myth of the given? / Johan Gersel -- Empiricism and normative constraint / Hannah Ginsborg -- Do perceptions justify beliefs? : the argument from "looks" talk / Christopher Gauker -- Fallibility for infallibilists / Jason Leddington -- Perception and the vagaries of experience / Alan Millar -- World in mind : extending phenomenal character and resisting skepticism / Heather Logue -- Objects and the explanation of perception / Bill Brewer -- Are perceptual reasons the objects of perception? / J.J. Cunningham.
Summary How does perception provide reasons for our empirical judgements? This volume offers a set of new essays which in different ways address this fundamental question, and investigate the implications for our understanding of perceptual experience.
ISBN 9780191846908 (electronic bk.)
0191846902 (electronic bk.)
9780192537478 (electronic bk.)
0192537474 (electronic bk.)
0198809638
9780198809630
OCLC # 1020607474
Additional Format Print version: 0198809638 9780198809630 (OCoLC)1015810556


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