Neil Mehta (Yale-NUS): The Conceptual Case Against Phenomenal Particularism

Phenomenal particularism is roughly the view that external particulars sometimes figure in the phenomenal character of perceptual experiences. In this paper, I argue against phenomenal particularism by appealing to a conceptual explication of the term phenomenal character.

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Thu 19 Jul 2018, 3:30pm

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Room 1.04 Coombs Extension ANU

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