The Anomalous Character of Experience

Manuel de Pinedo-Garcia

Abstract



Davidson conceives of experience as a brutely causal bottleneck between thought and
reality, with no epistemic role. This paper recommends to extend anomalous monism to
experience and, also, to replace token-identities for nothing short a truly holistic
correspondence between intentional and physical characteristics.

Keywords


philosophy; 20th century philosophy; experience; anomalous monism; conceptual content; justification; epistemology

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