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Epistemological Problems of Perception

@inproceedings{Lyons2016EpistemologicalPO,
  title={Epistemological Problems of Perception},
  author={J. Lyons},
  year={2016}
}
The central problem in the epistemology of perception is that of explaining how perception could give us knowledge of an external world. Although this is a perfectly intelligible and pressing question in its own right, it is made especially salient by various forms of skepticism, which argue that the senses cannot give us knowledge or even justified belief. Such a conclusion would have far reaching epistemological implications, given how many of our other, non-perceptual, beliefs depend on… Expand
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