Ideas from 'Introspection' by Sydney Shoemaker [1994], by Theme Structure

[found in 'A Companion to the Philosophy of Mind' (ed/tr Guttenplan,Samuel) [Blackwell 1995,0-631-19996-9]].

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12. Knowledge Sources / B. Perception / 8. Adverbial Theory
The adverbial account of sensation says not 'see a red image' but be 'appeared to redly'
16. Persons / C. Self-Awareness / 1. Introspection
For true introspection, must we be aware that we are aware of our mental events?
Freud and others have shown that we don't know our own beliefs, feelings, motive and attitudes
Empirical foundationalism says basic knowledge is self-intimating, and incorrigible or infallible