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Title: A defense of incorrigibility and self-intimation
Authors: LAI TONGDE, LEON
Keywords: phenomenal experiences, introspective beliefs, incorrigibility, self-intimation
Issue Date: 13-Jan-2007
Source: LAI TONGDE, LEON (2007-01-13). A defense of incorrigibility and self-intimation. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: I defend two theses. The first holds that if you have the introspective belief that your phenomenal experience seems to you to be a such-and-such, then necessarily, your phenomenal experience seems to you to be such-and-such. In other words, your introspective beliefs about the phenomenal aspects of your phenomenal experiences are logically incorrigible.The second holds that if you have a phenomenal experience, then necessarily, you will be aware of it, given that you are paying attention to it. In other words, your phenomenal experiences are logically disposed to be self-intimating.
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/15700
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