Central Concepts and Issues

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Unformatted text preview: Central Concepts and Issues The central questions in this area include at least the following: (1a) Can perception, possibly together with memory, provide one with justified beliefs concerning (i) the existence, and (ii) the nature of external objects - that is, of objects that are external to one's own mind? (1b) Can perception, possibly together with memory, provide one with knowledge about (i) the existence, and (ii) the nature of external objects - that is, of objects that are external to one's own mind? (2a) Can perception, possibly together with memory, provide one with justified beliefs concerning (i) the existence, and (ii) the nature of external physical objects - that is, external objects that are located in space, or space-time, and that are not mind-dependent , in the sense of not being dependent upon anyone's mind? (2b) Can perception, possibly together with memory, provide one with knowledge about (i) the existence, and (ii) the nature of external physical objects - that is, external objects that are located...
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This note was uploaded on 11/09/2011 for the course PHI PHI2010 taught by Professor Jorgerigol during the Fall '09 term at Broward College.

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