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- adj. Describing a response etc. that happens within a person
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This point is even clearer if we imagine that we undergo intrasubjective inversion one at a time rather than all of us at once.
As Shoemaker notes (1982, 327), a case of intrapersonal (or intrasubjective) spectrum inversion appears to have been first discussed by Wittgenstein: