Thomas Reid's Theory of Perception

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Clarendon, 2007 - Perception - 301 pages
Offering an interpretation of the 18th century Scottish philosopher Thomas Reid's theory of perception, this work develops Reid's unheralded argument against a representational theory of thought, which the author applies to his discussion of the intentionality of perceptual states and Reid's appeal to 'signs'.

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