Perception and Belief
Armstrong (David)
Source: Armstrong - A Materialist Theory of the Mind, Chapter 10
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Sections

  1. Perception as acquiring of belief – 209
  2. The role of the sense-organs – 211
  3. Belief is dispositional, but perception is an event – 213
  4. Perception without belief – 216
  5. Perceiving things and perceiving that – 227
  6. Perception and causality1 – 229
  7. Unconscious perception – 231
  8. 'Small perceptions' – 232
  9. Immediate and mediate perception – 233
  10. The nature of sense-impressions – 236
  11. Perception and knowledge – 237
  12. The nature of the physical world – 239

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