This chapter examines Reid's account of how we are perceptually aware of qualities. It begins by describing how Reid structures the debate about qualities and our perception of them. It then turns to his inchoate analysis of primary and secondary qualities, devoting special attention to whether Reidian secondary qualities are dispositions.
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