Perception and demonstratives
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A ‘perceptual demonstrative’ thought is a thought of the kind standardly made available by a perceptual link with an object, and standardly expressed using ‘this’ or that’. This chapter is an introduction to a range of questions about how perception of objects enables us to form perceptual demonstrative thoughts about them.
Dickie , I 2015 , Perception and demonstratives . in M Matthen (ed.) , The Oxford Handbook of Philosophy of Perception . Oxford University Press , pp. 833-852 . https://doi.org/10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199600472.013.041
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