Three experiments to test the sensorimotor theory of vision

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 24 (5):977-977 (2001)
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The sensorimotor theory of vision is the best attempt yet to explain visual consciousness without implying a Cartesian theatre. I suggest three experiments which might test the theory

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