By Sara Heinämaa, Vili Lähteenmäki, Pauliina Remes
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The two theses become aligned through their shared reliance on the privacy of perceptions. Each person can plausibly be taken as the ultimate authority of all her judgements only if the things to be judged, the objects about which judgements are made, are more readily apparent to her than to anyone else. Such a “Protagorean” view requires, in fact, that the objects judged be transparently apparent to their subject. For even if, for example, I am best-placed to make judgements regarding my inner life, I might still get it wrong on occasion, if that life does not present itself to me clearly, fully, and unambiguously.
Edu/ archives/fall2004/entries/consciousness / ). g. distinguishes between 12 forms of subjectivity for the purpose of showing that in a “piece-meal solution lies the hope of solving the so-called problem of subjective consciousness”. M. A. ), Language, Knowledge, and Representation, Philosophical Studies Series 99 (Amsterdam: Kluwer 2004), 149–164, 161; see also William G. M. A. ), Language, Knowledge, and Representation, Philosophical Studies Series 99 (Amsterdam: Kluwer 2004), 93–111. 26 SARA HEINÄMAA ET AL.
It is often conceived of as mediated by conceptualizations or representations, and its particular feature is the way in which the subject actively and deliberately engenders the relation. It is voluntary rather than automatic, active rather than passive. Reflection is sometimes identified with the objectifying function, which multi-level accounts of self-awareness introduce to explain mind’s relation to itself. It should be noted, however, that a multi-level theory may also leave open whether the higher operation already involves deliberation or whether yet further mental levels must be postulated to reach a deliberate and voluntary function.