Comment on Crooks's intertheoretic identification and mind-brain reductionism

Journal of Mind and Behavior 23 (3):245-248 (2002)
Abstract
This paper focuses on perception and surveys the scientific evidence that the theory of direct realism adopted by most contemporary philosophers is incorrect. This evidence is provided by experiments on the spatial and temporal "filling-in" of percepts. It also examines the myth of the projection of sensations. The conclusion is that we do not perceive the world as it actually is, but as the brain computes it most probably to be
Keywords Brain  Metaphysics  Mind  Perception  Realism  Reductionism  Crooks, M
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