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What results, then, is not a causal theory of perceiving, but, nevertheless, a theory that accommodates the scientific claims about the causal processes that are required f01 an event of someone perceiving something to occur. XI. CHISHOLM ON SECONDARY QUALITIES OF EXTERNAL OBJECTS I have suggested a Chisholm-like metaphysical theory of perceiving that includes sensings but not sensa. Usually, however, such theories accompany views about the objects that are perceived. What results is a full theory of the nature of the 'external' world and our relationship to it 30 JAMES W.

If someone walks in a limping manner, and more specifically, in a dragging-the-Ieft-foot manner, does the former way of walking include the latter? The only sense I can make of this inclusion is that it is partial class inclusion. That is, that the class of walkings done in a limping manner includes some members of the class of walkings done in a dragging-the-Ieft-foot manner. Similarly, for sensings we can say that some sensings in certain ways are also sensings in certain other ways. Let us, then, reject (SI) and (S2) in favor of: (Sla) In some cases, the sensing which results from the effect on a perceiver of stimulus from a wing of a hen is also the sensing CHISHOLM ON SENSING AND PERCEIVING (82) 25 which results from the effect on the perceiver of stimulus from the hen.

33 See P, p. 149. 34 P, p. 144. 35 Ibid. 38 Ibid. 148. 38 P, pp. 148-149. 39 P, p. 126. 40 P, p. 137. 41 P, p. 90; and see also NEE, pp. 244-245. 42 TK, p. 96. 43 TK, p. 93. 44 See P, p. 126n. ', Australasian Journal of Philosophy 52 (1974), 22-38. 8 9 JAMES F. ROSS TESTIMONIAL EVIDENCE* I Knowledge through what others tell us not only forms a large part of the body of our knowledge but also originates the patterns of appraisal according to which we add beliefs to our present store of knowledge.

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