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Ideas of A.R. Lacey, by Text

[British, fl. 1980, Of King's College, London University.]

1976 A Dictionary of Philosophy
p.196 p.196 Some claim sense-data are public, and are parts of objects
p.196 p.196 Maybe 'sense-data' just help us to talk about unusual perceptual situations
p.196 p.196 Where do sense-data begin or end? Can they change? What sort of thing are they?