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Berkeley: e.g. cherry: is just a mixture of sensations. If you take that away, you take away the cherry.
PinkerVsBerkeley: we can have exactly the same knowledge of two objects and yet know that they are two - before swapping we number them.
Sensory perception/thoughts/Pinker: have an emotional coloring. They need a governing body, an "I".
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