Sense and Sensibilia

Sense and Sensibilia is the title of:

  • Sense and Sensibilia (Aristotle): one of the treatises by Aristotle that make up the Parva Naturalia
  • Sense and Sensibilia (Austin): the work of ordinary language philosophy by J. L. Austin

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J. L. Austin - Work - Sense and Sensibilia
... In the posthumously published Sense and Sensibilia Austin criticises sense-data theories of perception, particularly that of A ... always perceive sense-data." Austin argues that Ayer fails to understand the proper function of such words as "illusion", "delusion", "hallucination", "looks", "appears" and "seems ... Ayer responded to this critique in the essay "Has Austin refuted the sense-data theory?" ...

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