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Use First person - But the epistemological question is...

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- Use First person’s view; - Objection 1) NO – False – because - engagement 2) No paper tigers 3) No Two objection - Premise is a claim that has to be true or false (they work together) Dream Argument - Response – Don’t merely restate your argument 1) Engage 2) Defending That experience is surely about (intentionally directed towards) material objects. When we have such perceptual experiences, we are not typically thinking about our experiences. We are thinking about the objects we are experiencing. (Are we ever thinking about our experiences?)
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Unformatted text preview: But the epistemological question is about our reasons for thinking that any claim based on that perceptual experience is true. Is the mere fact that we have such an experience a reasons to think that claims based on that experience are true? Even if not a conclusion reasons is the perceptual experience any reason at all? It can count as a reason only if the relevant “first principle” can be justified. But Reid claims that no arguments can be given for first principles. Where does that leave us?...
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