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spatiality and materiality (sec. 4). 2. Looking Into Experiences by means of Strange Things 2.1 Dissecting Experiences Peering through the window of an airplane that is about to take off, you notice an exceptionally clear rainbow against the clouded sky. Since neither clouds nor rainbows are solid objects

In: History of Philosophy & Logical Analysis
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in the light of the constitutive distinction between spatiality and materiality (sec. 4). 2. Looking Into Experiences by means of Strange Things 2.1 Dissecting Experiences Peering through the window of an airplane that is about to take off, you notice an exceptionally clear rainbow against the

In: The Philosophy of Edmund Husserl
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they are? 6 Consider the array of facts that are not objective values. Call them the ‘ natural facts ’ . Given the complete inventory of natural facts, why are there objective values and why do they form the patterns that they do across the natural facts? Mackie writes: 4 “ Objective wrongness, if

In: Analysis and Explication in 20th Century Philosophy
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they are? 6 Consider the array of facts that are not objective values. Call them the ‘ natural facts ’ . Given the complete inventory of natural facts, why are there objective values and why do they form the patterns that they do across the natural facts? Mackie writes: 4 “ Objective wrongness, if

In: History of Philosophy & Logical Analysis

including such low-altitude formations as the rainbow, halos, and St. Elmo’s Fire, and then at higher altitudes including also the moon, the sun, and all stars – are variant types of cloud formation. And just as clouds move straight across overhead in our skies, the sun (more accurately the solar cloud) and

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hover above us" (excluding, of course, birds and insects). His bold and sweeping claim is that all the meteöra - starting with ordinary clouds, then including such low-altitude formations as the rainbow, halos, and St. Elmo's Fire, and then at higher altitudes including also the moon, the sun, and

In: Ancient Epistemology
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call this objection to skepticism (i.e., that the skeptic illegitimately employs an apodictic standard across all contexts of knowledge assessment) the Contextualist Carping Critique . I take this idea to be compellingly expressed (in structural, rather than conversational terms) by Austin, a

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functions. The rst condition for a representations’ being conscious is that the object stimulus must mobilize excitatory neurons with long-range connections across the cortex, and thus be able to support global activity in the brain. This neural ring supporting any conscious object representation must reach

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the letter, of the principles of change formulated by Plato and Aristotle. But I think that there are serious difficulties with the principle. First, consider change in location. 32 Suppose that Josie moves from Canada to the US by crossing the Rainbow Bridge. Then she comes to have the character of

In: Focus: Ancient and Medieval Philosophy/Schwerpunkt: Antike und Mittelalterliche Philosophie
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the letter, of the principles of change formulated by Plato and Aristotle. But I think that there are serious difficulties with the principle. First, consider change in location. 32 Suppose that Josie moves from Canada to the US by crossing the Rainbow Bridge. Then she comes to have the character of

In: History of Philosophy & Logical Analysis