Flashcards in PERCEPTION AS A SOURCE OF KNOWLEDGE: KEY TERMS Deck (7)
the view that the immediate objects of perception and their (genuine) properties are mind-independent
the view that the immediate objects of perception are mind-dependent objects that are caused by and represent mind-independent objects
the immediate objects of perception are mind-depedent (ideas)
-utterly inseperable from the object whatever changes it goes through
-the object has these properties 'in and of itself'
E.G. shape, motion, number, solidity, (size?)
-qualities the object has that are 'nothing but powers to produce various sensations in us'
E.G. colours, souhds, tastes, smells, temperature
the view that only oneself, one's mind, exists; there are no mind-independent physical object and there are no other minds either