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The Evidence of the Senses

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  • Full Title: The Evidence of the Senses: A Realist Theory of Perception
  • Author(s): David Kelley
  • Year Published: 1986
  • Publisher: Louisiana State University Press
  • Publication Type: Academic
  • ISBN-10: 0-8071-1268-2 (hardcover), 0-8071-1476-6 (paperback)
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  • Description: Kelley's book attempts to defend an Objectivist theory of sense perception on academic terms. He mentions Rand's work only rarely in the text, but the very first sentence in the book is, "The philosopher who had the greatest influence on my thinking about perception was the late Ayn Rand."

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