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Ically: that is, perception is `public' in that, if I claimIcally: that is, perception is `public' in that, if I claim to perceive something that is not there, I am not perceiving, but hallucinating, whereas sensation is `private'; no-one can gainsay my report of pain or pleasure, no matter what external or physiological events occur. A brief quote (Reid, 1764/1977, Section XX, p. 206) illus

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