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This chapter begins with the author mentioning two possible areas of disagreement with Bo Mou. First it seems to the author that he sometimes talks as if "transcendental perspectivalism" would enable consciousness to rise above all perspectives and thus dispense with aspectual shape. A second possible misunderstanding is where he suggests that there is a "tension" in his view about the relationships of science and philosophy. Some philosophers suppose that the truth of conceptual relativism implies that there is no real world, that they are constantly inventing the real world. What about perspectivalism and aspectual shape? All intentionality has aspectual shape. That just means that all representation is under an aspect, and there is nothing necessarily phenomenological about the notion of representation.

Keywords: Bo Mou; conceptual relativism; transcendental perspectivalism

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