|Privacy, Individuation, and Recognition|
|Source: Sorites 13, October 2001: 90-98|
|Paper - Abstract|
In this paper I examine Wittgenstein’s private language argument and Ayer’s counter argument.
If one believes that sensation (assisted by memory) can be the sole basis upon which language and knowledge are maintained, then certain preference on privacy seems inevitable, and then skepticism as well seems unavoidable.
Filed electronically with the full edition of Sorites 13
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