Concepts in Perception

Analysis 48 (3):150 (1988)
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Tim Crane
Central European University
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I can agree with much of what D.H. Mellor says in his response to my paper ('Crane's Waterfall Illusion'). I can agree that perception in some sense 'aims' at truth, that its function 'is to tell us how the world truly is'...
Keywords Concept  Metaphysics  Motion  Perception  Philosophical Psychology  Mellor, D H
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DOI 10.1093/analys/48.3.150
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