Unconscious sensations

@article{Stephens1988UnconsciousS,
  title={Unconscious sensations},
  author={Lynn Stephens},
  journal={Topoi},
  year={1988},
  volume={7},
  pages={5-10}
}
D. M. Armstrong proposes to explain the possibility of unconscious sensations by means of a distinction between the perceptual consciousness, which is essentially involved in sensations, and our introspective consciousness of sensations. He holds that unconscious sensations are instances of perceptual consciousness of which we are not introspectively conscious. I contend that, although Armstrong's distinction is plausible and significant, it fails to explain his own examples of unconscious… Expand
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