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Dimensions of Reliability in Phenomenal Judgment

Ramm, Brentyn

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Eric Schwitzgebel (2011) argues that phenomenal judgments are in general less reliable than perceptual judgments. This paper distinguishes two versions of this unreliability thesis. The process unreliability thesis says that unreliability in phenomenal judgments is due to faulty domain-specific mechanisms involved in producing these judgments, whereas the statistical unreliability thesis says that it is simply a matter of higher numbers of errors. Against the process unreliability thesis, I...[Show more]

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Date published: 2016
Type: Journal article
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1885/262818
Source: Journal of Consciousness Studies

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