Active perception and vehicle externalism
Graduate studies at Western
In Susan L. Hurley (ed.), Consciousness in Action. Harvard University Press (1998)
|Abstract||Certain empirical results suggest a way of challenging two natural and widespread assumptions about the mind. One assumption is about the relations between perception and action. This shows up in the widespread conception of perception and action in terms of input and output, respectively. Perception is conceived as input from world to mind and action is conceived as output from mind to world. The other assumption is about the relations between mind and world. It influences various opposed views about whether the contents of the mind are in principle independent of the outside world|
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