Internalism Without Luminosity 1
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Introduction p. 1
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seeing without seeing-as, without deciding what our stance would be about our ability to perceive that we have perceived. Siderits defends the Buddhist claim that we can see bare particulars by making the Buddhist out to be an externalist: I need not be aware of the fact that or recognize what exactly it is that I am aware of.
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Reassessing the Case Against Evidential Externalism 1
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5.1 Introduction 105 5.2 Anti-Luminosity 105 5.3 Access Externalism 108 5.4 Contextualism and Luminosity 116 5.5 Sameness of Evidence and the Closure Problem 120 5.6 Conclusion 128 Conclusion 129 Bibliography 133