By D.M. Armstrong
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One person may certainly be more interested in his bodily sensations than other people are in theirs, and may give them much more attention. And so he may furnish much more detailed reports of his bodily sensations than other people can give of theirs. Now what are we to say about such reports? Are we to say he is only much better at putting his experience into words than other people? I think we are strongly tempted to say that there is more to it than that, and that he is actually better at feeling sensations than other people are.
For it does seem that people can be better or worse at attending to their sense-impressions, yet at the same time one is reluctant to say that senseimpressions can have features of which we are not aware. And we might be prepared to admit that within this margin we could make errors about our sense-impressions, errors corrigible by closer attention. It is true that this identification of bodily sensations with bodily sense-impressions fails to explain our half-inclination to say that our bodily sensations may be really located in a guite different place from their feU location.
INTRANSITIVE SENSATIONS AS QUALITIES different times; where we re-identify, as Strawson puts it;' it is at least natural to suppose that the object exists continuously between the two times. This means, in the present cases, that we had the headache or the itch during the time we were not feeling it. am distracted from continues to exist. If it ceased to exist, there would be nothing for me to be distracted from. So when we consider the possibility of being distracted, we do have some inclination to drive a wedge between feeling and having bodily sensations.