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  • n. One who believes in the theory of phenomenalism.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. One who believes in the theory of phenomenalism.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One who believes only in what he observes, or in phenomena, having no regard to their causes or consequences; one who rejects a priori reasoning or necessary primary principles; one who does not believe in an invariable connection between cause and effect, but holds this to be nothing more than a habitually observed sequence.


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  • Then, according to the sense-datum theorist, the phenomenist equation can be spelled out more informatively thus:

    Inverted Qualia

  • According to the phenomenist who endorses Argument B, an experience has QB just in case it has a certain non-representational property.

    Inverted Qualia

  • Renouvier, as I understand him, is (or at any rate then was) an out and out phenomenist, a denier of 'forces' in the most strenuous sense.

    A Pluralistic Universe Hibbert Lectures at Manchester College on the Present Situation in Philosophy

  • The orthodox phenomenist cannot give a similar explanation of these entailments, and it is not clear whether she is entitled to them at all. [

    Inverted Qualia

  • Fortunately for the anti-representationalist ” or phenomenist (Block 2003) ” the usual ways of trying to secure (a) do not require Invert and Nonvert to be behavioral duplicates (or, for that matter, functional duplicates).

    Inverted Qualia


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