The Epistemological Role of Perception
An object placed at a proper distance, and in a good light, while the eyes are shut, is not perceived at all; but no sooner do we open our eyes upon it, than we have, as it were by inspiration, a certain knowledge of its existence, of its colour, figure and distance. This is a fact which everyone knows.
KeywordsVisible Appearance External Object Ontological Level Logical Complement Intellectual Power
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