The Subjectivity of the Sense Qualities

  • Moritz Schlick
Part of the LEP Library of Exact Philosophy book series (LEP, volume 11)


In order to find out which properties may and which may not be ascribed to things-in-themselves, we must refer back to those considerations that led us to assume that things-in-themselves do exist. For, according to what was said in § 27, the grounds for this assumption already contain the grounds for any determination or definition of such things.


Sense Quality Naive Realism Idealistic View Individual Consciousness Idealist Argument 
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  1. 38.
    Herrmann Schwarz, Das Wahrnehmungsproblem, 1892, andGoogle Scholar
  2. 38a.
    Herrmann Schwarz, Die Umwälzung der Wahrnehmungshypothesen, 1895;Google Scholar
  3. 38b.
    Henri Bergson, Matière et mémoire, 1896.Google Scholar

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