Correction to: Cognitive penetration and the cognition–perception interface

Synthese:1-1 (forthcoming)

Daniel C. Burnston
Tulane University
On page 3653, there is a mistake in the explanation of the Cornsweet illusion. In fact, the explanation is that the panel perceived as darker is facing towards the light source—in the case of this figure the light is coming from the right.
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