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Perception: facts and theories [by] C.W.K. Mundle.

London, New York, Oxford University Press, 1971.
ISBN 0198850549, 9780198850540

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Subjects Perception.
Phenomenological psychology.
Psychologie phénoménologique.
Realisme (filosofie)
Description vii, 192 pages : illustrations 21 cm
Copyright Date 1971.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 187-189).
Contents Part One. A Critique of Common-Sense Realism -- 1. An Introduction to Phenomenology and to 'the Sense-datum Language' -- 2. Phenomenological Arguments against Realism -- 3. Science-inspired Arguments against Realism -- Part Two. A Defence of Common-Sense Realism -- 4. A Critical Survey of Alternative Theories -- 5. A Critique of the Phenomenological Arguments -- 6. A Critique of the Science-inspired Arguments -- 7. A Critique of 'the' Sense-datum Language -- Part Three. Can Realism be Reconciled with the Phenomenological Facts? -- 8. Some Preliminary Adjudication -- 9. Some Facts about Colour Vision and their Theoretical Implications -- 10. Some Recent Attempts to Sweep the Problems under the Carpet -- 11. A Tentative Verdict.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)197807
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WorldCat Identities Mundle, C. W. K.
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