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A Defense of Representationalism Against the Inverted Spectrum and Blur Objections

By Victoria Fong

Hometown: Williamsburg, Virginia

Department: Philosophy

Advisor: Joshua Gert


My Honors Thesis will defend the Representationalist theory of philosophy of perception against two of its largest objections, the objection of the inverted spectrum as well as the objection of blur. This research has important implications for understanding our sensory experience of the world.


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