2021 Australasian Association of Philosophy Conference: Subjective, Intersubjective, Objective by Ross Barham

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The distinction between Objectivity and Subjectivity is central to much of Western Philosophy, but, as John Searle has repeatedly pointed out, the various senses of two are too often conflated. I argue that this confusion can be avoided by incorporating Donald Davidson's insights regarding the irreducibility of the Intersubective into our taxonomy of their ontological, epistemic and epistemological senses.
Period7 Jul 2021