I reach a judgment and I can accurately tell myself and others that this is my judgment. But is such knowledge of our judgments generally derived through introspection, exactly?
Well, what is introspection?
According to Eric
Similar considerations apply to the visual imagery that may accompany (partly constitute?) a thought.
So is there some distinctive phenomenology specifically of judgment that we often are, or sometimes are, or at least in principle can be, introspectively attuned to, that serves or can serve as a basis for our knowledge about our judgments? I find it slipping my grasp....
Does it slip yours?