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Anscombe - On Sensations of Position

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Footnote 1: Footnote 2: Footnote 3: Ie. what it feels like, rather than the cause, which is the external description – see next bullet.

Footnote 4: Anscombe explains the scare-quotes later.

Footnote 5: Anscombe gives an example of the sensation of arms stretched out in front of one, but I don’t understand it. In this case, there is no contact with anything.

Footnote 6: This isn’t very convincing – don’t we all remember the almost unbearable tickling sensation in the tendon below the kneecap?


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14/03/2015 11:36:58 298 Anscombe - On Sensations of Position



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Authors, Books & Papers Citing this Note

Author Title Medium Extra Links Read?
Anscombe (G.E.M.) On Sensations of Position Paper High Quality Abstract   Yes



References & Reading List

Author Title Medium Source Read?
Anscombe (G.E.M.) Intention Book - Cited Medium Quality Abstract Anscombe (G.E.M.) - Intention 9%
Anscombe (G.E.M.) On Sensations of Position Paper - Cited High Quality Abstract Analysis, Vol. 22, No. 3 (Jan., 1962), pp. 55-58 Yes
Braybrooke (David) Some Questions for Miss Anscombe about Intention Paper - Cited Analysis, Vol. 22, No. 3 (Jan., 1962), pp. 49-54 No
James (William) The Principles of Psychology Book - Cited James (William) - The Principles of Psychology No



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