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International Review of Social Sciences and Humanities
The philosophical problem of showing the relationship between a subject's experience and its object gives rise to causal problem that was generated by John Locke's representative theory of perception. This paper examined the problem of how mind-independent objects could feature in the phenomenological character of experience and maintained that the appeal to representational character of experience is the answer to the causal problem of perception. Using E.J. Lowe's stick figure sketch of a manfatcat:teynkf7ycrhidpfgmdvwxu5vxa