Citation Millar A (1991) Concepts, Experience and Inference. Mind, 100 (4), pp. 495-505. https://doi.org/10.1093/mind/C.400.495
Abstract The article defends a conception of the conceptual content of sensory experiences according to which such content is not intrinsic to the exepriences that possess it. Attention is given to how the phenomenal character of sensory experiences is best characterized and to how phenomenal character places constraints on the admissible contents of experience.