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Extraneous Bodily Sensations

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Introduction


Could I feel a sensation to be located in someone else’s body?

Feeling
Sensation
Location
Boundaries of my body
Are the Locations of Bodily Sensations Learned or Deduced?
Different Forms of Possibility
Three Arguments for Feeling Sensation in Another’s Body
Conclusion



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Crane - The Intentionality of Bodily Sensation Pains as Mental Objects Sensations as Perceptions    

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Summary of Note Links to this Page

Armstrong - Bodily Sensations, 2 Crane - The Intentionality of Bodily Sensation Pains as Mental Objects Sensations as Perceptions Theo Todman's BA Papers
Wittgenstein - Bodily Sensations        

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Authors, Books & Papers Citing this Note

Author Title Medium Extra Links Read?
Armstrong (David) Bodily Sensations Paper High Quality Abstract 2 Yes
Wittgenstein (Ludwig) Bodily Sensations Paper High Quality Abstract   Yes



References & Reading List

Author Title Medium Source Read?
Armstrong (David) A Materialist Theory of the Mind Book - Cited Low Quality Abstract Armstrong (David) - A Materialist Theory of the Mind No
Armstrong (David) Bodily Sensations Paper - Cited High Quality Abstract Armstrong - A Materialist Theory of the Mind, Chapter 14 Yes
Armstrong (David) Bodily Sensations Paper - Referencing High Quality Abstract Armstrong - A Materialist Theory of the Mind, Chapter 14 Yes
Crane (Tim) Elements of Mind - An Introduction to the Philosophy of Mind Book - Cited High Quality Abstract Crane (Tim) - Elements of Mind - An Introduction to the Philosophy of Mind Yes
Wittgenstein (Ludwig) Bodily Sensations Paper - Cited Extract from the Blue Book Yes
Wittgenstein (Ludwig) The Blue and Brown Books - Preliminary Studies for the Philosophical Investigations Book - Cited Low Quality Abstract Wittgenstein (Ludwig) - The Blue and Brown Books - Preliminary Studies for the Philosophical Investigations No



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