The Phenomenology of Mood and its Epistemic Significance for the Space of Reasons

Janick, Stephen P.


  • In this paper I investigate the fundamental claim of John McDowell's seminal work /Mind and World/"--that experience is conceptual at its most basic layer. While I am sympathetic with his project of revising a naturalistic conception of human perception I highlight certain areas of his thought that remain unclear by the terms of his project. In so doing I aim to provide a critical interpretation o... read more
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