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Impressions and Experiences: Public or Private?

Impressions and Experiences: Public or Private? 183, IMPRESSIONS AND EXPERIENCES: PUBLIC OR PRIVATE? In his 'Perceptions and Persons' William Davie aims " determine what perceptions are for Hume." He chenges what I trust that he is right in labelling " Standard View." His statement this view is quoted from my Hume's Philosophy Belief: . . . Impressions are constituting with ideas must be impression defined class as 'perceptions mind. ' wine must be Whereas While wine (logicy) public, wine like idea taulogicy guarantees presence wine, occurrence an impression wine is by no means a sufficient condition presence (logicy) private. presence wine wine -- because an impression wine, but not course real wine, may be hucinary. Impressions belong cellared in that physical things. My own purpose now is defend, Donald Livingsn, this standard view. category experiences: wine2is against attacks recently launched not only by Davie but also by Davie contrasts it with "my own view, which is that perceptions are things that we know, both private and public" (p. 130). He shows no signs recognizing eir how revolu- tionary his present suggestion is, or how revolutionary Hume himself would have been were any such suggested interpretation correct. For this particular "Standard View" is not one http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Hume Studies Hume Society

Impressions and Experiences: Public or Private?

Hume Studies , Volume 11 (2) – Jan 26, 1985

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183, IMPRESSIONS AND EXPERIENCES: PUBLIC OR PRIVATE? In his 'Perceptions and Persons' William Davie aims " determine what perceptions are for Hume." He chenges what I trust that he is right in labelling " Standard View." His statement this view is quoted from my Hume's Philosophy Belief: . . . Impressions are constituting with ideas must be impression defined class as 'perceptions mind. ' wine must be Whereas While wine (logicy) public, wine like idea taulogicy guarantees presence wine, occurrence an impression wine is by no means a sufficient condition presence (logicy) private. presence wine wine -- because an impression wine, but not course real wine, may be hucinary. Impressions belong cellared in that physical things. My own purpose now is defend, Donald Livingsn, this standard view. category experiences: wine2is against attacks recently launched not only by Davie but also by Davie contrasts it with "my own view, which is that perceptions are things that we know, both private and public" (p. 130). He shows no signs recognizing eir how revolu- tionary his present suggestion is, or how revolutionary Hume himself would have been were any such suggested interpretation correct. For this particular "Standard View" is not one

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