Memory
Dancy (Jonathan)
Source: Dancy - An Introduction to Contemporary Epistemology, 1985, Chapter 12
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Sections

  1. Theories of Memory
  2. Indirect Realism
    … 2.1 Objection 1: double awareness
    … 2.2 Objection 2: double intermediacy
    … 2.3 Objection 3: memory and imagination
  3. Direct Realism
    … 3.1 Factual memory
    … 3.2 Perceptual memory
    … 3.3 Definitions, distinctions and contrasts
    … 3.4 Problems for direct realism
  4. Phenomenalism
  5. Russell’s Hypothesis
    … 5.1 Nozick’s response
    … 5.2 The phenomenalist response
    … 5.3 The transcendental argument
    … 5.4 Conclusion
  6. Perceptual Memory and Justification

Comment:

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