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Sense-perception and matter

Martin Lean

Sense-perception and matter

a critical analysis of C.D. Broad"s theory of perception.

by Martin Lean

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Published by Routledge & Paul in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Broad, C. D. -- 1887-1971.,
  • Sense data.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 209-210.

    SeriesInternational library of psychology, philosophy, and scientific method
    The Physical Object
    Pagination217 p.
    Number of Pages217
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14390326M
    LC Control Number53010733

    Sense-perception Chapter Five: Sensation Chapter Six: The Types of Sense-object Chapter Seven: Sight Chapter Eight: Hearing Chapter Nine: Smell Chapter Ten: Taste Chapter Eleven: Touch Chapter Twelve: Perception as the Reception of Form without Matter. Book III. Sense-perception. Chapter One: General Problems of Perception I. Perception then is an active process of constructing a reality, a conversation between the senses and the cortex that balances new information from the outside world with predictions from the.

    The Doors of Perception gets about 6 stars and Heaven and Hell gets 4/5, so I'll round it up to five in total. So, The Doors of Perception. Huxley takes 4/10 of a gram of mescaline and writes about the experience. Mescalin is comparable with LSD. I wasn't expecting much from the writings of his 'experience' but I found it fascinating/5.   The above explanation of sense perception has been derived from Henri Bergson who is trying in book “Matter and Memory” () to prove that memory is just the intersection of mind and matter. We agree with this definition of sense perception and also with the idea that mind is a faculty which can store past i.e. in the form of memory.

    Perception and Reason. Brewer, Bill, St Catherine's College, Oxford. This book is about the role of conscious perceptual experiences in the acquisition of empirical knowledge. I take it for granted that a person's beliefs about the way things are that is the subject matter of any (conceptual) perceptual demonstrative content which is. This book was born as I was hungry. Let me explain. In the spring of , my second book, a novel, came out in Canada. It didn't fare well. Reviewers were puzzled, or damned it with faint praise. Then readers ignored it. Despite my best efforts at playing the clown or the trapeze artist, the media circus made no difference. The book did not move.


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