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sensationalism


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The view associated with Mach that sensations and their patterns form the only data and the only ontology that we can comprehend. The view is an extreme version of the empiricist emphasis on the priority of experience or ‘perceptions’. It shares the ambitions, and problems, of phenomenalism.

Subjects: Philosophy.


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