Concepts in Experience: An Essay on Conceptualism

Concepts in Experience: An Essay on Conceptualism

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Taking up the debate on nonconceptual content, I argue that while metaphysical issues in the philosophy of mind look to support the existence of content which is free from conceptualization, epistemological and phenomenological issues point the other direction. I argue that inasmuch as we are concerned to characterize the contents of experience as a robust interplay between perception, thought, and action, experiential content is conceptual insofar as its intentional objects are conceptually-laden empirical facts.Consider this example: I take it that a reason to act can be that such and such is the case, that, e.g., there is a pebble in ... As a result, we rely on different evidence here, evidence that has to do with what would count as a good reason to act inanbsp;...

Title:Concepts in Experience: An Essay on Conceptualism
Author: Aaron Allen Schiller
Publisher:ProQuest - 2007

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