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12. Knowledge Sources / B. Perception / 4. Sense Data / b. Nature of sense-data

[what sense-data would consist of]

17 ideas
Subjects distinguish representations, as related both to subject and object [Reinhold]
Russell held that we are aware of states of our own brain [Russell, by Robinson,H]
Sense-data are qualities devoid of subjectivity, which are the basis of science [Russell, by Deleuze/Guattari]
Sense-data are not mental, but are part of the subject-matter of physics [Russell]
Sense-data are usually objects within the body, but are not part of the subject [Russell]
Sense-data are objects, and do not contain the subject as part, the way beliefs do [Russell]
No sensibile is ever a datum to two people at once [Russell]
If my body literally lost its mind, the object seen when I see a flash would still exist [Russell]
Sense-data are purely physical [Russell]
The old view that sense data are independent of mind is quite dotty [Putnam]
Sensations are mental, but sense-data could be mind-independent [Vesey]
Some claim sense-data are public, and are parts of objects [Lacey]
Where do sense-data begin or end? Can they change? What sort of thing are they? [Lacey]
It is not clear from the nature of sense data whether we should accept them as facts [Dancy,J]
For idealists and phenomenalists sense-data are in objects; representative realists say they resemble objects [Robinson,H]
Sense-data do not have any intrinsic intentionality [Robinson,H]
Are sense-data independent, with identity, substance and location? [Tye]