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The sensations of pressure on my back, and the right-hand side of my visual field together count as an experience. A typical stream of consciousness can be divided into particular experiences in many different ways. Although some divisions are more well founded than others, I will not assume that there is any one best way of dividing a given stream into its constituent parts. This flexible policy will prove useful later on, when we look at streams of consciousness and their parts in more detail.

By definition, the background is not something to which we pay attention. If I deliberately attend to the character of the sensations in my lower back, these sensations are no longer part of the phenomenal background. In making phenomenal judgments, especially second- and third-order judgments, we rely on introspection. Given that introspection involves attentive awareness, how can we possibly make phenomenal judgments about the phenomenal background? If we cannot make such judgments, how can we know there is such a thing at all?

G. the colour of the walls that you can see in your peripheral vision, or any sounds you can hear. Suppose the walls are green: you can notice and report on this without significantly lessening the degree of attention you are paying to the page in front of you. There will probably be some reduction in the degree of attention you are paying to the page, but not a great deal. The important point is that you can register something of the character of the contents of your peripheral experience without focusing your attention onto your peripheral experience itself.

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