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Point Rejoinder Rejoinder
1. Our perceptions must be caused by a Locke also states that an external world must Creates a "veil of perception" and because we
physical world e.g. a blind man can't have an exist because we cant have sense data e.g. cant "get outside our skins" (perceive…

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Conclusion = RR overcomes the problems of direct realism but explaining why there is a gap between what we perceive and what exists. But it
does not become solipsistic as idealism is, in claiming that all that exists is our own sense data because for RR beyond this there is…


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