Sensations are modifications of our being.
Phantom limb syndrome is characterized by both nonpainful and painful sensations.
“Yes, but they—Wurt, and Knaust, and Pripasov—would answer that your consciousness of existence is derived from the conjunction of all your sensations, that that consciousness of existence is the result of your sensations.
She denies that sensations that exist unperceived can be understood.
Speaking of his apparently adventitious ideas (sensations), the meditator remarks:
Another important difference is that ideas are intrinsically representational, whereas sensations are not.
Helmholtz begins On the Sensations of Tone with a description of noise as we experience it in ordinary life:
It challenged that work’s rejection of perception by means of unconscious sensations and unconscious inferences.
Among recent objections to Vision in God, one of the most important concerns the relation of intelligible extension to sensations.
It is thus hard to explain spatial ascription of bodily sensations if bodily sensations are not intrinsically spatial.
In simple partial seizures, consciousness is retained and abnormal sensations, visual hallucinations, or local muscle contractions occur.
Is Locke really saying that all of our thoughts and sensations are accompanied by (justified, true) beliefs about those thoughts and sensations?
Others endorsed the view that sensations are of or about objects: Linke, for example, argued that sensations are intentional experiences (1929, 164ff).
Intransitive bodily sensations, like pain, are more of a problem (Aydede, 2009), though Armstrong himself defends a perceptual view of all bodily sensations.
As he points out, a reduction of self to sensations cannot be wholly satisfactory, because a sense of the self enters into many sensations as a constituent part.
Weak representationalism is somewhat controversial for pains, itches and other sensations, since it is not obvious that such sensations represent anything at all.
So although sensations can be intrinsically like nothing but sensations, relations among sensations must have a likeness to relations among their causes.
All sensations begin and cease to exist while mind is understood to be the continually existing cause that enables sensations to arise when mixed with various exciting causes.
Motion and extension are capable of causing sensations to which we give the same names, but the causes of sensations cannot be sensations according to Shepherd.
On this view, bodily sensations have a spatial intentional content that represents the sensations (or the cause of the sensations) as being located in a part of the body.
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