Remarks on Moore's conception and defence of common sense
McHoul, A.W. (1981) Remarks on Moore's conception and defence of common sense. Dialectica, 35 (4). pp. 399-413.
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The paper is a critique of Moore's conception of common sense – a conception based on two central propositions. The critique is specific and textual in character but turns generally upon the difficulties inherent in Moore's attempt to articulate definite propositional grounds for common sense knowledge. By contrast, the discourse of the critique favours a praxiological conception of common sense and so proceeds to show how Moore's propositional conception itself emerges from certain textual and discursive techniques.
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