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    Exploring the Range of Reported Dream Lucidity.Remington Mallett, Michelle Carr, Martin Freegard, Karen Konkoly, Ceri Bradshaw & Michael Schredl - 2021 - Philosophy and the Mind Sciences 2:1-23.
    Dream lucidity, or being aware that one is dreaming while dreaming, is not an all-or-none phenomenon. Often, subjects report being some variant of “a little lucid” as opposed to completely or not at all. As recent neuroimaging work begins to elucidate the neural underpinnings of lucid experience, understanding subtle phenomenological variation within lucid dreams is essential. Here, we focus on the variability of lucid experience by asking participants to report their awareness of the dream on a 5-point Likert scale. Participants (...)
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    Seeing the Forest for the Trees: Scene Perception and the Admissible Contents of Perceptual Experience.Tom McClelland - 2021 - Philosophy and the Mind Sciences 2:1-27.
    Debates surrounding the high-level contents of perceptual experience focus on whether weperceive the high-level properties of visual objects, such as the property of being a pine tree. Thispaper considers instead whether we perceive the high-level properties of visual scenes, such asthe property of being a forest. Liberals about the contents of perceptual experience have offered avariety of phenomenal contrast cases designed to reveal how the high-level properties of objectsfigure in our visual experience. I offer a series of equivalent phenomenal contrast (...)
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