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    Title: 選言主義與錯覺
    Disjunctivism and Illusion
    Authors: 翟君剛
    Chai ,Chun Kang
    Contributors: 林從一
    Lin ,Chung I
    Chai ,Chun Kang
    Keywords: 知覺
    Date: 2008
    Issue Date: 2009-09-17 16:48:45 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 選言主義在這個論文當中是指在知覺哲學當中的一個特定的理論。它最核心的主張是我們應該拒斥真實知覺與不真實知覺之間所分享的共同性,目的是為了防止懷疑論的攻擊。本篇論文的目的就是為了辯護這種立場的一個版本。
    Disjunctivism, in this thesis, refers to a specific position in philosophy of perception. The kernel of disjunctivism is that we should reject certain commonalities between veridical perception and non-veridical perception in order to preserve the relation between our perceptual experience and the world. The aim of this thesis is to defend one version of this position.
    Before I discuss the disjunctivism, I articulate the problem of perception in Chapter I and criticize three versions of intentionalism in Chapter II. Then, in Chapter III, I reject Mike Martin’s extreme position of disjunctivism. I defend my only theory in the last chapter that consists in the disjunctivists’ main concern that perception is in a relation to the external world (in order to resist the skeptics) and the intentionalists’ insight that the phenomenal character of experience is wholly explained by the intentionality of experience. My thesis prima facie sounds not coherent. It is because if the phenomenal character of experience can be wholly explained by the intentionality, it is not necessary to take the external objects into account. I will articulate why and how my thesis is coherent in this essay.
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