Ancient Philosophy 38 (2):357-381 (2018)

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Simon Shogry
Oxford University
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This paper offers a new defense of the externalist interpretation of the kataleptic impression. My strategy is to situate the kataleptic impression within the larger context of the Stoic account of expertise. I argue that, given mastery in recognizing the limitations of her own state of mind, the subject can restrict her assent to kataleptic impressions, even if they are phenomenologically indistinguishable from those which are not kataleptic.
Keywords Stoics  cognitive impression  Stoic epistemology  ancient skepticism
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ISBN(s) 0740-2007
DOI 10.5840/ancientphil201838230
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