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Title: Is Perceptual Experience a Kind of Perceptual Belief?
Authors: Bera, Sumana
Keywords: Property representation
Appearance and face value
Perceptual experience
Perceptual belief
Causal relation
Justificatory relation
Constitutive relation
Issue Date: Mar-2021
Publisher: Vidyasagar University , Midnapore , West Bengal , India
Series/Report no.: Philosophy and the Life-world;Vol 23[2020-2021];
Abstract: Every perceptual experience produces a corresponding belief state, which we identify as a perceptual belief state. Whenever we gain perceptual experience, it is gathered through acquiring perceptual beliefs. It is argued that they cannot be discriminated. The prime objective of this article is to point out some issues associated with perceptual experience and perceptual belief. We want to explore the nature and relation between perceptual experience and perceptual belief and point out the questions raise against their relationship.
ISSN: 0975-8461
Appears in Collections:Philosophy and the Life-world Vol 23 [2020-2021]

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