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  • adj. Not veridical.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ veridical

Examples

  • For instance, the apparent proprioceptive awareness of the position of one's limbs could be nonveridical: an amputee might have a similar sense that her legs are crossed, even if she doesn™t, in fact, have any legs.

    Self-Knowledge

  • This suggests another strategy for getting a theoretical hold on intentionality, employing a notion of satisfaction, stretched to encompass susceptibility to each of these modes of assessment, each of these ways in which something can either go right, or go wrong (true/false, veridical/nonveridical, fulfilled/unfulfilled), and speak of intentionality in terms of having

    Consciousness and Intentionality

  • In the case of perception, what makes it possible to seem to see or hear what is not there is that one's experience may in various ways be inaccurate, nonveridical, subject to illusion, or hallucinatory.

    Consciousness and Intentionality

  • We distinguish between veridical and nonveridical visual experiences.

    Representational Theories of Consciousness

  • The traditional problem that nonveridical experience poses for realistic theories of perception does not even present itself in the neutral monist framework.

    Neutral Monism

  • Given the strong element of realism in the mainstream versions of neutral monism, one might expect that the existence of nonveridical experience poses a problem for the doctrine.

    Neutral Monism

  • These nonveridical experiences can, therefore, not be construed as relations between a perceiver and these objects.

    Neutral Monism

  • How satisfactory is the neutral monist way of saving realism from the problems posed by nonveridical experience?

    Neutral Monism

  • (both veridical and nonveridical) acquaints us with.

    Neutral Monism

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