Perception, Causation, and Objectivity
The introduction aims to bring out some interconnections between the chapters in this volume. It addresses three central questions: 1.What does it mean to conceive of the world as objective? 2. What is the status of causal requirements for the perception of mind-independent objects? 3. What role, explanatory and/or justificatory, does perceptual experience play in making objective thought possible?
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