This chapter focuses on the justification of perceptual beliefs. It begins by considering various theories of justification. It argues that the most attractive view of perceptual justification is that perceptual beliefs are justified in virtue of their relation to propositional-content-bearing experiences. A problem for this attractive view is discussed.
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