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This seems to imply that they are not, for example, merely dispositions toward the making of judgments. In any event, the question would remain as to the nature of judgments themselves. e, in virtue of which they ever are Erkenntnisse); and that in turn these aspects play their essentially "predicative" role only in virtue of being appropriately connected with a subject's dispositions. According to this approach, specification of the relevant dispositions, and the relevant connection, would ipso facto clarify the nature of judgment itself.
My argument need not deny this. (Whether there is comparable leeway regarding the connection of phenomenal quality with translatable contentor ways of "taking"in general, not simply with conceptual content, remains a point to be reconsidered. ") When it is reformulated in order to capture this concession, my argument is simply that, while the introduction of phenomenal, but intrinsically non- Page 19 directional, quality ought to allow for a degree of play with respect to its actual connection with translatable content in imagining, a construal of such quality and content in terms of distinct states, or in terms of distinct aspects of states, allows for too much leeway.
With appropriate background assumptions, it might even have been taken as a rose bush looking like soup. A certain amount of recombination is possible. Nor does conceding this imply, as it might seem to, that "images" are entities that get conceptually taken in various ways in imagining. Certainly, it would seem odd to suppose that phenomenal qualities, as aspects of mental states, are what get so taken. 25 It is not clear what we should finally want to say about such matters. In any event, I introduced the notion of a mental "image" only to make a certain point more graphic.