OBJECTS OF CONSCIOUSNESS: THE NON-RELATIONAL THEORY OF SENSING

@article{Clark1987OBJECTSOC,
  title={OBJECTS OF CONSCIOUSNESS: THE NON-RELATIONAL THEORY OF SENSING},
  author={Romane Clark},
  journal={Philosophical Perspectives},
  year={1987},
  volume={1},
  pages={481}
}
  • Romane Clark
  • Published 1987
  • Philosophy
  • Philosophical Perspectives
Whatever it may have been, "doing metaphysics" is no longer an a priori practice. Doing metaphysics is an exercise in puzzle-solving. Philosophers reason backwards from epistemological puzzles and logical paradoxes, ones the existences of which are not themself in question, to ontological solutions of them. They posit the existence of entities the natures of which are thought sufficient to explain that initial problem, puzzle, or paradox concerning what we know or the nature of our knowing it… Expand

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